Ethnic Jewels

An appreciation of ethnic jewellery and adornment

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Comment by √ℓἇ∂ἇ ኔጡ። on March 10, 2016 at 2:51

I found this very interesting,the use of cassette case plastic & colouring to make a wonderful amber looking bead, I'd buy some from him,to a good cause help him out,but Id also be concerned for this mans health through the burning process, the plastic's vapors from this could very well be cancerous causing and detrimental to his health sadly..

Comment by Anna Garner on January 30, 2012 at 18:19

I appreciate the instruction.  Since I have several of these loose beads in a drawer, and others on necklaces, I have often wondered how they were formed.  Some of mine are quite irregular and look as if they are made of an opaque powder made in part from the North African resin amber -- perhaps.  

Comment by Marie-Ange on January 30, 2012 at 8:45

How lovely to see this guy making these nice beads!

Comment by Uwe Wantke on May 14, 2010 at 18:05
Shukran, Sarah, kulshi becher!! How I miss this country and the people...!! I fear, it´s not very healthy to make a whole strand this way...Welcome back...looking forward to see more of your trip...Best....Uwe



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