THE BEADS HISTORY COLLECTIONS

The Beads History Collections

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Created By

Dr Iwan suwandy , MHA

Limited E0book In Cd-Rom Edition

Special for Senior Beads Collectors

Copyright @ 2015

  • Chevron Beads found in west Borneo

INTRODUCTIONS

In 1980-1985 during on duty at West Sumatra, I have found some rare antique Beads, like qing bead , dutch bead ,venetian beads etc.

In 1990-1994 during on duty at West Borneo I found  another beads from dayaks beads.

In 1996, when visit East borneo during travel between Balikpapan to Samarinda I found another dayaks beads

Some of the bead I have upload in my old web blog uniquecollection,.wordpress.com.

Now in 2015 I upload  again in my new web blog Driwancybermuseum.wordpress.com.

I add some info from fgoogle ecploration, I hope the info owners will give me permission to pout their info in this articles

The Information in web not complete without illustration , the complete CD-Rom exist, the price for Indonesian collectors only, Rp 500.0000.- including sending cost via Titipan KIlat, donnot forget to upload your ID Copy and complete address, this to ptotect from hiject internet.

I hope this information will help the collectors to compare there collections, original or replica and the estimate price also included.

Jakarta January. 2015

 

Dr Iwan Suwandy,MHA

 

Indonesia Beads Collection (Intro)

January 13, 2010 by uniquecollection

IMUCS best beads collection identified by Dubin Chart in “The History of BEADS ” some samples indentified beads look below, after this will put in this blog Identified indonesia beads. collections and unidentified Indonesia beads collection.@copyright Dr Iwan S.2010.

Eye beads found at Pontianak from Dayaks and Jakarta, the Dayak called “Tiung Bird eye ‘ very popular by dayaks as amulet to protect again evil spirit.

 

Carnelian bead India influence found at Banten in single form

 

Islamic beads Egypt influence found at Pontianak in form Malat Gasper, I think this fake repro bead because many seen at Jakarta from Middle and east Java.

 

Glass bead Klong Thom Thailand style (800-1100) during Srivijaya Kingdom, found at Palembang in single beads.

 

Opalized Palm wood with Mongolian influence found at Pontianak from Dayaks in form necklets.

 

Baltic Agate found at Bukittinggi in form Necklets and islamic Rosary

 

Venice Mosaic beads found at Pontianak from the native Malay Gasper.

 

Nederland Chevron beads found at Pontianak from Dayaks.

 

China beads in necklets found at Bukittinggi West Sumatra

 

Unidentified ancient brass beads neclets found in Sumatra combine with small white and brown beads.

Beads are small,colorful,symetrical, and often quite beautiful. They are frequently standardized inexpensive units that can be arranged in almost endless configuration. They can be seen not only in the familiar forms of necklaces and bracelets but also on anklets, headbands, and headdresses. Beadwork is used in acncient Asia (also in Indonesia-auth.) , beads were scattered like seeds beneath temples to induce harvets , In Indonesia , the Maloh tribe-Kalimantan(Borneo) the ceremonial costumeonsist of a highly decorated short shirt,jacket and headcloth  and a Dayak beadwork baby carrier which hold the infant during the first month of life ,Shells,beads, andcthe teeth of bears and pigs-animals with protective spirit-are often suspended from the wooden carrier to make a rattling sound,which frighten away evil spirits  ( I hane ever seen at West Borno’s dayaks, Chinese overseas in Indonesia ,now Tionghoa ethnic , also used beads as the  part of wedding-bed decoration , gown -handkerchief and shoes -auth)In the Phillipine, the parctise of placing two beads in acup at wedding ceremonies still binds merriages.(Dubin,L.S-1987)

In Indenesia there were special beads literature by Sumirah Adyatman , the new one the bead from shipwreck. I will use Dubin Chart to identified my beads collections found from Sumatra(Bukittinggi and palembang), Java (Jakarta & Bantam), and Borneo (Pontianak and Balikpapan).

After made a study with Dubin chart, I identified several type of beads in my collection that show above, still many unidentified. I will showed the Identified and unidentified best beads collection in order to collector choice,please chose the besr collection to put in IMUCS Cybermuseum. I hope Mrs Sumirah Adhyatman and other Beads specialist to comment my collections showed in this blog with more informations to identified  my UNFO (unidentified non flying object) Beads , THank you very much .

Greating from Dr Iwan S.

Palm opalizedwood beads with decoration type e.

 

702 a. Plam opalizedwood with decoration type a

 

703 c. Palm Opalizedwood with decoration type c

 

703-var Palm opalized wood round with strip variation type a

 

703 g Palm Opalizedwood type h

 

703 h. Opalized palmwood with artificial decoration type h

Palm Opalized with Mongolian influence in Indonesia were found at Pontianak from Dayaks, the design near same with dZi(proaounced Zee) from Tibet himalaya but the Tibet beads from agate ,found from earth . Opalized  palm wood with artificial decoration were called Puntek bead , Mizzorm bUrma were influenced by Tibet Himalyan region bring by Mongolian to Indonesia via Dayaks ( this informations must be study more, please cofirmation by the expert).

This Palm Opalized bead were found in form necklets and bracelets in Pontinak market bring by the Dayaks, may be contemporay, but very unique beads with the influence of Himalayan tradition dZi beads with the legend of a man (from tibetan man) on a horse who saw the bead move. If you don’t cover it with dust , it will disappear . The man threw dust over the bead and caught it, and it petrified, but dZi beads do not remain with unlucky people. the same man traded the bead for so many yak, the point is, the bead was not meant to be with him-the animals were. Other Tibetan tales concern unfortunes who sell a valuable dZi , only to beca,e ill or die soon after Tibetans are loath tro sell prized dZi even for the gihest prices.

I didn’t asked the Dayak about this unique Oplaized Plam wooden tree, because I told him this was new contemporary beads, butthe dayaks said not this beads from her grandma, she sold because need money to buy food then I buy this bead because pity to her poor condition, may be this beads unlucky for her, but the lucky will came to me. I hope the expert comment this opinion. Please collector to choice this type of beads were the very best collections to put in IMUCS cybermuseum. @Copyright Dr Iwan S 2010.

Indonesia Beads Collection (Chevron type)

January 14, 2010 by uniquecollection

103 a Netherlands Glass.Striped of five layer star beads

58 a Venetian Glass , four layer chevron.

 

79 b Drawn and compound. venetian hot-pinched glass star beads

 

58 a. Glass four layers venetian chevron, look at the cobalt blue outer layer (please comment)

 

103a. Glass striped five-layer star beads, found in the neckets with chevron beads.

 

Chart no 107 c. Netherlands beads ,drawn glass. Found in form necklets with chevron beads near same with no 105 c- glass three layer chevron.

Perhaps no other bead has been as popular as the cheveron. First invented in about 1500 by Venetian, they continue to be produced up to present time. Throughout the seventeenth century the Dutch also manufactured chevrons after Venetian glassmakers escapaded from the tightly controlled industry. The first chevron produced by Venetian have seven layers,with the first and third layers a transparant to transluscent lihtgreen.Although the outher layer is typically a transluscent cobalt blue. The Venice 1700 product relative few were produced ,but 1800 the Venetian again produced chevron in large number with a great variety of color ,shapes ,sizes ,layers and point.

Many Indonesian chevron type beads were export from  Nederland  during late 1590 and over the next hudred years. Some of my best Chevron beads were identified same or near same with the  Dubin beads chart were illustrated in this blog were found in Pontianak from Dayaks west borneo (Iban) , I have seen same in Sarawak Museum Kuching. Please the Indonesia Beads expert like Mrs Sumirah Adyatman will kindly help me to identified the illustrated beads were Venetian or Nederland chevron ancient or contemporary beads. All the collectors please choose the best chevron beads from my collections to put in Driwancybermuseum.@Copyright Dr Iwan S.2010.

 

Dayaks mosaic beads compare with 65d Venice wound glass with polychrome and mosaic glass decoration, all the beads illustrated below unidentified Indonesia beads compare with near same type at Dubing beads chart.@copyright Dr Iwan S.2010

Dayaks mosaic beads compare with 77b Venice mosaic glass ware

 

Dayaks mosaic beads compare with 94 Venice mosaic glass beads

 

Sumatra silver beads compare with 624 India silver beads

 

Sumatra silver beads found at Bukittinggi, compare with Dubin chart 538 the silver beads fron Yemen

 

Eye beads compare with 542a and b wound glass from hebron jordan, Dayaks called this beads Tiung Bird’s eye(Mata Tiung) to protect from devil spirit, I have 3 necklets with another type of Mata Tiung beads found at Pontianak from Dayaks.

 

 

 

Thousand of my beads collections  till cannot identified with Dubin chart, that is why  I need more infomation by the expert , this unidentified beads vintage or contemporary.

The Unillustrated beads as Unidentified beed  with three type first Eye beads, second Silver beads and thirs Mosaic beads compare with near same bead from the chart. @ Copyright Dr Iwan s. 2010.

826 b wound-glass melon form possible made in Venice, compare with the same pattern yellow Qing dynasty below,

 

827 c Woundglass ,bigger sized-blue color,Qing Dynasty, more dark color than the chart. The bess chinese beads from my collections, please look the other chinese beads below @copyright Dr iwan S.2010

Wound glass melon form ( oerhaps made in Venice)

 

826 a Wound glass melon form Qing Dynasty

 

826 b. Wound glass Melon form (possibly made in Vence)

 

828 c Wound glass.Qing Dynasty

 

  1. Wound glass Qing Dynasty

 

829 Wound glass Qing dynasty china.

China beads from 18th -19th century are among the beautiful monochrome beads ever made. This type were found around chinese overseas area called “Pecinan” or”Tionghoa village(kampong) ”  many small bead were arrange’s  ornament  for ritual based on social respobility, respect for age (longlife, healty & feng sui) and authority that is why the bead less ornament but with beautifull colour( the chinese beads ornament will illustrated at another time).

Many Chinese beads were found in TiongHoa area in Indonesia like Medan north sumatra and Sambas west sumatra, during compared with Dubin chart I met many difficulty because the different shape and size but the same color will illustrated , please expert comment my best collection illustrated in this blog vintage or conteporary beads. and please collector choose the bestone.@Copyright Dr Iwan S. 2010.

Unique Palm Opalizedwood  beads with decoration type f, influebce by dZi tibet -mongolian beads, why the West borneo Dayaks have this beads, the bead arrage in native wooden string . look at another typed ecoration belw@copyright Dr Iwan s.2010.

Palm opalizedwood beads with decoration type e.

 

702 a. Plam opalizedwood with decoration type a

 

703 c. Palm Opalizedwood with decoration type c

 

703-var Palm opalized wood round with strip variation type a

 

703 g Palm Opalizedwood type h

 

703 h. Opalized palmwood with artificial decoration type h

Palm Opalized with Mongolian influence in Indonesia were found at Pontianak from Dayaks, the design near same with dZi(proaounced Zee) from Tibet himalaya but the Tibet beads from agate ,found from earth . Opalized  palm wood with artificial decoration were called Puntek bead , Mizzorm bUrma were influenced by Tibet Himalyan region bring by Mongolian to Indonesia via Dayaks ( this informations must be study more, please cofirmation by the expert).

This Palm Opalized bead were found in form necklets and bracelets in Pontinak market bring by the Dayaks, may be contemporay, but very unique beads with the influence of Himalayan tradition dZi beads with the legend of a man (from tibetan man) on a horse who saw the bead move. If you don’t cover it with dust , it will disappear . The man threw dust over the bead and caught it, and it petrified, but dZi beads do not remain with unlucky people. the same man traded the bead for so many yak, the point is, the bead was not meant to be with him-the animals were.

 Other Tibetan tales concern unfortunes who sell a valuable dZi , only to beca,e ill or die soon after Tibetans are loath tro sell prized dZi even for the gihest prices.

I didn’t asked the Dayak about this unique Oplaized Plam wooden tree, because I told him this was new contemporary beads, butthe dayaks said not this beads from her grandma, she sold because need money to buy food then I buy this bead because pity to her poor condition, may be this beads unlucky for her, but the lucky will came to me. I hope the expert comment this opinion. Please collector to choice this type of beads were the very best collections to put in IMUCS cybermuseum. @Copyright Dr Iwan S 2010.

103 a Netherlands Glass.Striped of five layer star beads

58 a Venetian Glass , four layer chevron.

 

79 b Drawn and compound. venetian hot-pinched glass star beads

 

58 a. Glass four layers venetian chevron, look at the cobalt blue outer layer (please comment)

 

103a. Glass striped five-layer star beads, found in the neckets with chevron beads.

 

Chart no 107 c. Netherlands beads ,drawn glass. Found in form necklets with chevron beads near same with no 105 c- glass three layer chevron.

Perhaps no other bead has been as popular as the cheveron. First invented in about 1500 by Venetian, they continue to be produced up to present time.

 

 

 Throughout the seventeenth century the Dutch also manufactured chevrons after Venetian glassmakers escapaded from the tightly controlled industry.

The first chevron produced by Venetian have seven layers,with the first and third layers a transparant to transluscent lihtgreen.

Although the outher layer is typically a transluscent cobalt blue. The Venice 1700 product relative few were produced ,but 1800 the Venetian again produced chevron in large number with a great variety of color ,shapes ,sizes ,layers and point.

Many Indonesian chevron type beads were export from  Nederland  during late 1590 and over the next hudred years. Some of my best Chevron beads were identified same or near same with the  Dubin beads chart were illustrated in this blog were found in Pontianak from Dayaks west borneo (Iban) , I have seen same in Sarawak Museum Kuching. Please the Indonesia Beads expert like Mrs Sumirah Adyatman will kindly help me to identified the illustrated beads were Venetian or Nederland chevron ancient or contemporary beads. All the collectors please choose the best chevron beads from my collections to put in IMUCS Cybermuseum.@Copyright Dr Iwan S.2010.

 

 

 

 

 

 

In order to now more about beads collections, I have seekin by google explorations anf thid ate the information

 

Type Of Beads

Alberta Bamonte

 

 

Venetian Whiteheart Beads

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A strand of antique Venetian glass beads from the African trade.

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Trade Beads | Old milky white Venetian ‘skunk’ or ‘eye’ beads, produced for the African Trade.

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African Trade Beads. A strand of gorgeous large round Venetian millefiori beads dating from the late 1800’s to the early 1900’s and used for the African trade.

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Massachusetts Trade Bead strand

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African Trade Beads | A strand of twelve tubular Venetian millefiori beads | Made in the late 1800’s to the early 1900’s and used for African trade

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African Trade Beads | Ten Venetian ‘pink pineapple’ beads | made in the late 1800’s to the early 1900’s and used for the African trade.

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Beautiful trade beads

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Trade Beads | Large Antique Trade Coral Bead Necklace. Origin: Most likely Italian Mediterranean traded into North Africa. Age:Estimated 200 – 800 years

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Trade beads | Eight ancient islamic glass eye beads found in Mali West Africa | 700AD or earlier

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Trade Beads | Mixed Bohemian beads made for the African Trade | Mid to late 1800s

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Trade Beads | An example of a Trade Bead Sample Card

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Antique Venetian glass beads used in the Africa trade circa late 1800’s, early 1900’s.

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African Trade Beads. A strand of tubular banded Venetian millefiori beads made in Venice in the late 1800`s to the early 1900`s and used for the African trade.

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//RARE Venetian Millefiori glass trade beads

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African Trade Beads | “Vulcanic” beads, these strands show some of the colours that these beads were produced in.

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Venetian four layer chevrons made in the late 1800`s to the early 1900`s and used for the African trade. | From the core out the colors are clear, white, brick and white. The stripes on the outer layer are green, brick and dark blue.

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//Trade Beads | SIX Layer Venetian Chevron Trade Beads. Other Names: Chevron, Star, Rosetta. Type of bead: Chevron. Made in: Venice. Collected From: Africa. Approximate Age: Late 1800s, early 1900s

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Venetian old trailed French Cross African Trade beads |

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Chevron beads from the African trade period (early 1400s to early 1900s) and teeth necklace. | no details provided as to where this necklace was found or a more precise date for the beads | © Dabls369, via Flickr

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Africa Mali Amber Beads 19th Century possibly copal, showing careful and decorative repair

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19142 Transparent Yellow Mali Wedding Beads, 6 Mali wedding beads were made in the Czech Republic out of pressed glass in the 1800s and traded in Africa, specifically Mali, West Africa. These beads are often presented to a bride by their mother on their wedding day. The shape of the bead is thought to represent the female form. These beads are a warm shade of transparent yellow almost bordering on light topaz.

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*|* This photo by Flickr user (Dogan56) entitled Ragazza Fulani, Nigeria is one of the few pictures that I have found that shows so beautifully an example of old Venetian ‘Agate’ glass beads from the African Trade. Venetians made these large glass beads to trade with the Yoruba. They’re milky white, semi-translucent with veins look like stone. If by chance they were stone, they would be white Indian Agate beads, which would also have come to Africa through the trade routes.

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Africa | Large Aluminum Beads from Ethiopia | from the early 1900s

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by Luda Hunter | Old Millefiori star murrine Venetian glass beads traded in Africa are combined with old carnelian stone beads. Gold vermeil bead caps surround the Venetian beads with African Vulcanite heishi spacers throughout the necklace as protection between each bead. Finished with gold vermeil end beads and clasp. | 262$

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5 Color Seven Layer Green Chevron satin bead

 

5-Color Seven-Layer Green Chevron Bead by Art Seymour, via Etsy. I’ve coveted this man’s beads since I was a wee girl at the Feast of the Hunter’s Moon back home. To this day, I still can’t see one without a bit of a twinge. =)

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African Trade Beads | Large Baltic natural amber beads which were traded into Yemen and Africa | c. 100 – 300 yrs old.

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Dogon necklace, 7 six layer Chevron, wound “moon” beads

 

Africa | Wonderful Dogon necklace from Mali, it has 7 stunning large six-layer Chevron beads, 8 round wound white beads, 4 large blue beads produced in Europe and traded in Africa, and 8 opalescent Moon beads. They date from mid. 1800’s.

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Trade Beads | A strand of Chzechoslovakian molded green flower beads, with four ‘petals’. | Made for trade in Africa in the middle of the last century. They come in a variety of colours

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hemp, vintage trade beads

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Antique Venetian seven layer chevron drawn cane bead collected from Africa. Sometimes these seven layer chevron beads are referred to as ‘Trade Beads’.

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Venetian six layer chevron bead slices from the African Trade | ca early 1900s

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Trade Beads | Venetian ‘Fried Egg’ Fancy Glass beads | They were made in the late 1800’s to the early 1900’s and used for the African Trade.

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//4 layer Venetian Chevron glass trade beads

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Trade Beads | Venetian 7 layer chevron beads from the 1400’s.

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Trade Beads | A strand of Venetian `whitehearts` made in Venice Italy and traded in West Africa in the 1800’s.

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Trade Beads | A strand of Venetian small four layer chevron beads made for trade in Africa. | These are small beads only 5mm in length.

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centuriespast: unknown Kiowa artist (Kiowa), High Top Moccasins, ca. 1890/1900, leather, rawhide, paint, metal, and glass beads Portland Art Museum

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Christina Cundari

Ethnic fashion inspiration

 

 

Falcon collar of Princess Neferuptah Twelfth Dynasty, reign of Amenemhat III, 1831-1786 BC | gold, carnelian, feldspar | The Egyptian Museum, Cairo

 

we-love-nigeria: This is from the igbo tribe

 

 

Native American | Blackfoot Beaded leather pouch and beaded leather strap. Courtesy of the Wisconsin Historical Society

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Jules

NATIVE AMERICAN

 

 

desert-dreamer: kenzo spring 2005

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Marja Veen

Sieraden

 

 

belaquadros: Bead artist  Sherry Seraphine

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Mimsy R.

Buttons, Bangles n’ Beads

 

 

Kap Kap

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Rich Bailey

Solomon Islands ceremonial

 

 

THIS BEADIFUL WORLD…

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Marianne Delignieres

Things to Wear

 

 

THIS BEADIFUL WORLD…

Marianne Delignieres

Things to Wear

 

 

maliciousglamour: Lagerfeld for Chanel, Paris, August 1989Photographer: Victor Skrebneski

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Linda Connell

Strokes of Lilac

 

 

via havinghorns:

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Stacy Mishina

Embroidery: Bead`

 

wingsforlashes: close-up of beadwork and embroidery

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Stacy Mishina

Embroidery: Goldwork

 

 

THIS BEADIFUL WORLD…

Stacy Mishina

Marie Antoinette

 

 

petitcabinetdecuriosites: vietnam – ethnic minorities (by retlaw snellac)

Stacy Mishina

Folk Costume

 

 

 

 

 

 

beholdingthethings: By: Kinuko Y. Craft.

Stacy Mishina

Art: Beautiful Dress

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

ethnoworld: Alexander Levchenko, Russia

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Stacy Mishina

Folk Costume

 

 

windyriver: Beautiful Russian bead embroidery!

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Stacy Mishina

Embroidery: Bead`

 

 

THIS BEADIFUL WORLD…

Stacy Mishina

Embroidery: Bead`

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

ethnoworld: Tibet, Khampa Tibetans

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E M 888

Women from the whole world

 

 

african burundi

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E M 888

Child from the whole world

 

 

tibétan woman

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E M 888

Women from the whole world

 

 

sac médecine : sa peau est notre peau, son contenant est celui de notre âme… la résonance… Le sac est sacré comme nous le somme, et les forces spirituelles qu’il renferme nous ramène dans le chant de la vie

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E M 888

Shamanism power tools

 

 

THIS BEADIFUL WORLD…

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Angie Walker

Accessories

 

 

THIS BEADIFUL WORLD… : Photo

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Angie Walker

Accessories

 

 

THIS BEADIFUL WORLD…

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Angie Walker

Crafts

 

neutralnotes: Tory Hughes

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Angie Walker

My board

 

 

disks

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Angie Walker

Accessories

 

 

Beads – hebrons

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  1. Davis

BEADWORK I

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

omgthatdress: Bag ca. 1920-1925 via Manchester City Galleries

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Stina

Вышивка

 

 

pipercarter: Traditional Maasia Beads: Inspiration.

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arts Quest

colours and textures

 

 

holdthisphoto: 1927 by d’Ora-Benda

Lissa Kl

Hats

 

 

dulceyheller: Beautiful bead crochet, beaded by Zuzzl, pattern by Brigitte.

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Lissa Kl

Potential Craft Projects

 

 

 

 

 

 

Collar of Neferuptah. Egyptian Museum, Cairo.

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Kiara Falk

Museum, Egyptian

 

 

gretchenjonesnyc: vintage tribal pendant

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Lissa Kl

Potential Craft Projects

 

 

Zardozi Afghan embroidery

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Domestic Diva

Colors: Gold & Black

 

 

Golden Girl

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Maureen Jordan

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Incense Prayer Beads

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Sichuan bracelets gold Phoebe gloomy wood carbonized Millennium gold Phoebe old material incense prayer beads bracelet for men

Type: Other Household Sundries ; Brand: Winton day ; Woodcarving type: Putian woodcarving ; Modeling: Character ; Carving: Yuandiao

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Vietnam agarwood incense prayer beads bracelet bracelets

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Fine or Fashion: Fashion ; Item Type: Bracelets ; Gender: Men ; Material: Wood ; Bracelets Type: Strand Bracelets

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Vietnam incense prayer beads bracelets 1.8cm grinding Vietnamese incense bracelet 16.7 grams

Vietnam incense prayer beads bracelets 1.8cm grinding Vietnamese incensebracelet 16.7 grams

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Fine or Fashion: Fashion ; Item Type: Beads ; Material: Wood ; Item Shape: Round Shape ; Style: Religious ; Product Type: Rosary

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The Vietnam incense prayer beads, bracelets Jingmo 18.8mm with the oil line spot incense bracelet wrist string 27.5 g

The Vietnam incense prayer beads, bracelets Jingmo 18.8mm with the oil line spot incense bracelet wrist string 27.5 g

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Authentic old material lobular red sandalwood prayer beads bracelet15mm high density Indian sandalwood incense bracelets

Fine or Fashion: Fashion ; Item Type: Bracelets ; is_customized: Yes ; Length: 15mm*15 ; Shape\pattern: Ball ; Gender: Unisex

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Item Type: Necklaces ; Fine or Fashion: Fashion ; Necklace Type: Pendant Necklaces ; Gender: Unisex ; Material: Wood

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12-20mm Natural Huaqi Nanmu Beads Bracelet Indonesia Qinan Wood Prayer Beads Bangle Male Women Incense Wood Jewelry Crafts

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Fine or Fashion: Fashion ; Item Type: Bracelets ; is_customized: Yes ; Clasp Type: Pearl-clasps ; Metals Type: Gold Plated

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1pcs Beads 6mm 216scented sandalwood prayer beads braceletmultilayer travel gifts for men and women

Bracelets Type: Chain & Link Bracelets ; Gender: Unisex ; Brand Name: special ; Metals Type: Zinc Alloy ; Material: Acrylic

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US $8.78 / piece

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Kalimantan, Indonesia, natural incense and old beeswax Sterling Silver Ms. bracelets wooden prayer beads

Fine or Fashion: Fashion ; Item Type: Bracelets ; Metals Type: Silver ; Gender: Women ; Style: Trendy ; Material: Wood

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US $269.00 / piece

Min. Order: 1 piece

 

 

 

 

 

 

Indonesian beads

Jatim Beads, Ancient Beads from East Java

Posted on June 9, 2013 by admin

4 ancient Jatim beads, courtesy of
ritaokrent.com, http://www.ritaokrent.com
/category/catalog/ancient-glass-beads

Ancient Jatim were produced in Java in the first milleniium AD. They are large and small polychrome beads named for their close association with east Java, or Jawa Timur.

 

Between 300 and 700CE there was extensive international trade to the east and west, and the Indonesian bead making style was influence the the Roman mosaic and millefiori beads.

Jatim beads include the millefioi mosaic beads that have a thin layer of preformed cane slices over a monochrome core.

Pelangi (meaning rainbow) and zebra beads  have a distinctive patter of combed stripes and two or four colors.  Jatim beads also include a hexagonal bicone shape.

       

Today, excellent reproductions for these wonderful ancient beads are being made in Indonesia and we’ve acquired a great collection of them at very reasonable prices.

             

b1-720-Ancient Indonesian Jatim bead replica. 28x22mm average size pkg of 1

$6.00

b1-722-Ancient Indonesian Jatim bead replica. 33 x 20mm average size pkg of 1

$6.50

b1-726-Ancient Indonesian Jatim bead replica. 22mm average size pkg of 1

$6.00

b1-725-Ancient Indonesian Jatim bead replica. 20 x 18mm average size. pkg of 1

$6.00

b1-727-Ancient Indonesian Jatim bead replica. 22 x 20mm average size. pkg of 1

$6.00

b1-729-Ancient Indonesian Jatim bead replica. 28x22mm average size pkg of 1

$7.00

b1-732-Ancient Indonesian Jatim bead replica. 36x18mm average size pkg of 1

$7.00

b1-733-Ancient Indonesian Jatim bead replica. 19mm average size pkg of 1

$6.00

b1-724-Ancient East Java Pelangi Jatim bead replica 20mm average size pkg of 1

$3.25

b1-716-Ancient Indonesian Jatim bead replica 29 x 24 mm average size. pkg of 1

$7.00

b1-672-Ancient Indonesian Jatim bead replica. 15x20mm average size pkg of 1

$6.00

b1-680-Ancient East Java Pelangi Jatim bead replica 15mm average size pkg of 2

$3.00

 

 

 

 

 

b1-681-Ancient East Java Pelangi Jatim bead replica 16x18mm average size pkg of 1

$2.00

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b1-682-Ancient East Java Pelangi Jatim bead replica average size 18x14mm pkg of 2

$4.00

Add to Cart

b1-683-Ancient Indonesian Jatim bead replica. 16mm average size pkg of 1

$1.50

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b1-684-Ancient East Java Pelangi Jatim bead replica 20mm average size pkg of 1

$3.50

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b1-691-Ancient East Java Pelangi Jatim bead replica 26x10mm pkg of 2

$3.00

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b1-694-Ancient East Java Pelangi Jatim bead replica 25x10mm pkg of 2

$3.00

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b1-695-Ancient East Java Pelangi Jatim bead replica 32x12mm pkg of 1

$2.50

Add to Cart

b1-696-Ancient East Java Pelangi Jatim bead replica 15x10mm pkg of 1

$2.50

Add to Cart

b1-705-Ancient East Java Pelangi Jatim bead replica 16x18mm average size pkg of 1

$2.00

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b1-706-Ancient East Java Pelangi Jatim bead replica 13.5mm pkg of 2

$2.75

Add to Cart

b1-707-Ancient East Java Pelangi Jatim bead replica 15mm pkg of 2

$3.00

Add to Cart

b1-718-Ancient Indonesian Jatim bead replica. 27x20mm average size pkg of 1

$6.00

Add to Cart

b1-747-Ancient Indonesian Jatim bead replica. 28x22mm average size pkg of 1

$7.00

 

 

 

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