8-13mm African Glass Beads, IHD: Appx 2mm
A barely-there green that still speaks volumes…fit for a mermaid. For hundreds of years, recycled glass beads have been made by the Krobo People of Ghana. Using a method of first grinding the glass to powder, the glass is then heated and poured into clay molds. A leaf from the Cassava tree is placed in the center to form the hole. When the glass is baking, the leaf disappears and you have a bead!
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Imported from Africa. Please remember that these beads are handmade in small batches, and sizing and color can vary from one batch to another!
Sold in package of 5 beads.