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Bohemian Beads Bohemian Beads  The patterns on lampworked Bohemian beads are much looser than those of Venice. Note the tiny globs of colors that float in and on the beads. This style may be found in Bohemian paperweights and other glassware. The colors also tend to be brighter than the Venetian ones.  Collection of the Illinois State Museum Photographed by Gary Andrashko, ISM ISM Accession #: 1941-0083

Bohemian Beads Bohemian Beads The patterns on lampworked Bohemian beads are much looser than those of Venice. Note the tiny globs of colors that float in and on the beads. This style may be found in Bohemian paperweights and other glassware. The colors also tend to be brighter than the Venetian ones. Collection of the Illinois State Museum Photographed by Gary Andrashko, ISM ISM Accession #: 1941-0083

Antique Venetian Trade Beads

Antique Venetian Trade Beads

Ancient Stone Beads

Ancient Stone Beads, sourced in Africa. One of the photos from Jack DeWitt beautiful series of old beads.

Old Venetian Sample card, typical of beads traded to Africa early 1920's and prior

More old beads. Old Venetian Sample card, typical of beads traded to Africa early and prior

Trade Beads on Pre-1900 Sample Cards

Trade Beads on Pre-1900 Sample Cards

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Mali - Guinea Conakry spindle whorls used in traditional cotton spinning.

Sample card lampworked beads

Sample card lampworked beads

120 decorated wound glass beads, most of what are from the 19th century. Most here are a few of the less common types found in West Africa today. Collection; Picard Trade Bead Museum, Carmel, California. | Pg 101 "The Worldwide History of Beads" by Lois Sherr Dubin. 2009 edition.

120 decorated wound glass beads, mostly from the century and mostly from the less common types found in West Africa today

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