Dating from late 1800’s to early 1900’s, these primitive yet elegant beads have the grace and beauty of beads indigenous to Central Africa. In this region of Africa, gold was plentiful for royal households, but for commoners, bronze was used to make beads that mimicked their expensive counterparts. With very generous holes, they will easily fit through many cords and multiple strands of thread. We recommend stringing on something substantial, like linen or cotton. It's the perfect bead for your next Across Cultures Bracelet.
Sold in packages of 5 beads.