Glass

Glass

  • Roman Glass Natural 18-32mm Oval

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    $21.75
    Approximate beads in per strand: 15-16 What is it: The colorless (and "aqua" blue) glass was produced in the Roman period by adding either antimony or manganese oxide. This oxidised the iron, which although yellow, is a much weaker colorant, allowing...
    $21.75
  • Roman Glass Natural 13-22mm Rectangle

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    $23.50
    Approximate beads in per strand: 14-17 What is it: The colorless (and "aqua" blue) glass was produced in the Roman period by adding either antimony or manganese oxide. This oxidised the iron, which although yellow, is a much weaker colorant, allowing...
    $23.50
  • Roman Glass Natural 4mm Heishi

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    $18.50
    Approximate beads in per strand: 120 What is it: The colorless (and "aqua" blue) glass was produced in the Roman period by adding either antimony or manganese oxide. This oxidised the iron, which although yellow, is a much weaker colorant, allowing the...
    $18.50
  • Roman Glass Natural 10-16mm Square Flower

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    $24.75
    Approximate beads in per strand: 24 What is it: The colorless (and "aqua" blue) glass was produced in the Roman period by adding either antimony or manganese oxide. This oxidised the iron, which although yellow, is a much weaker colorant, allowing the...
    $24.75
  • Roman Glass Natural 23-35mm Oval

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    $22.75
    Approximate beads in per strand: 16 What is it: The colorless (and "aqua" blue) glass was produced in the Roman period by adding either antimony or manganese oxide. This oxidised the iron, which although yellow, is a much weaker colorant, allowing the...
    $22.75
  • Roman Glass Natural 12-60mm Random

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    $19.50
    Approximate beads in per strand: 12 What is it: The colorless (and "aqua" blue) glass was produced in the Roman period by adding either antimony or manganese oxide. This oxidised the iron, which although yellow, is a much weaker colorant, allowing the...
    $19.50
  • African Vinyl 6mm White Disc

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    $10.00
    Approximate beads in per strand: 550 What is it: Beads such as these are made in Ghana and Nigeria and other parts of Africa, where they are sometimes worn as waist beads. Older versions of vinyl beads were said to be made from recycled phonograph...
    $10.00
  • Crystal AB Matte 8mm Round

    Crystal AB Matte 8mm Round

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    $10.00
    Approximate beads in per strand: 45 What is it: This glass crystal is made to have a rainbow flouresent effect. The AB coating is placed on the inside of the glass bead allows it to reflect light with an amazing prism of colors.   Appearances may...
    $10.00
  • Blue Crystal AB Polished 8mm Round

    Blue Crystal AB Polished 8mm Round

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    $10.00
    Approximate beads in per strand: 75 What is it: This glass crystal is made to have a rainbow flouresent effect. The AB coating is placed on the inside of the glass bead allows it to reflect light with an amazing prism of colors.   Appearances may...
    $10.00
  • Chevron Glass Polished 8x12mm Rice

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    $10.00
    Approximate beads in per strand: 36 What is it: Chevron beads are a glass bead first created by Venetians in Northern Italy in the late 1400s. They are allso called Rosetta and Star beads.    Appearances may vary from bead to bead
    $10.00
  • Chevron Glass Polished 6x8mm Rice

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    $10.00
    Approximate beads in per strand: 45 What is it: Chevron beads are a glass bead first created by Venetians in Northern Italy in the late 1400s. They are allso called Rosetta and Star beads.    Appearances may vary from bead to bead
    $10.00
  • Chevron Glass Polished 6x5mm Rice

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    $6.75
    Approximate beads in per strand: 65 What is it: Chevron beads are a glass bead first created by Venetians in Northern Italy in the late 1400s. They are allso called Rosetta and Star beads.    Appearances may vary from bead to bead
    $6.75
  • Roman Glass Natural 6-7mm Saucer

    Roman Glass Natural 6-7mm Saucer

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    $18.50
    Approximate beads in per strand: 130 What is it: The colorless (and "aqua" blue) glass was produced in the Roman period by adding either antimony or manganese oxide. This oxidised the iron, which although yellow, is a much weaker colorant, allowing the...
    $18.50
  • Dark Roman Glass Natural 12-20mm Coin

    Dark Roman Glass Natural 12-20mm Coin

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    $19.50
    Approximate beads in per strand: 25-27 What is it: The colorless (and "aqua" blue) glass was produced in the Roman period by adding either antimony or manganese oxide. This oxidised the iron, which although yellow, is a much weaker colorant, allowing...
    $19.50
  • Roman Glass Natural 12-20mm Coin

    Roman Glass Natural 12-20mm Coin

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    $19.50
    Approximate beads in per strand: 25 What is it: The colorless (and "aqua" blue) glass was produced in the Roman period by adding either antimony or manganese oxide. This oxidised the iron, which although yellow, is a much weaker colorant, allowing the...
    $19.50
  • Roman Glass Natural 3-4mm Saucer

    Roman Glass Natural 3-4mm Saucer

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    $17.50
    Approximate beads in per strand: 200 What is it: The colorless (and "aqua" blue) glass was produced in the Roman period by adding either antimony or manganese oxide. This oxidised the iron, which although yellow, is a much weaker colorant, allowing the...
    $17.50
  • Roman Glass Natural 18-30mm Oval Coin

    Roman Glass Natural 18-30mm Oval Coin

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    $24.50
    Approximate beads in per strand: 15-18 What is it: The colorless (and "aqua" blue) glass was produced in the Roman period by adding either antimony or manganese oxide. This oxidised the iron, which although yellow, is a much weaker colorant, allowing...
    $24.50
  • Roman Glass Natural 9mm Coin

    Roman Glass Natural 9mm Coin

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    $18.50
    Approximate beads in per strand: 30 What is it: The colorless (and "aqua" blue) glass was produced in the Roman period by adding either antimony or manganese oxide. This oxidised the iron, which although yellow, is a much weaker colorant, allowing the...
    $18.50