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African Trade Beads | Two large Venetian fench ambassador fancy beads dating to the late 1800's and used for the African trade. | The body is black and the is in yellow, blue, red and white

African Trade Beads | Two large Venetian fench ambassador fancy beads dating to the late 1800's and used for the African trade. | The body is black and the is in yellow, blue, red and white

Jack Dewitt Trade Beads Images Google - Yahoo Image Search Results

Fine old Venetian floral beads - photo by Jack DeWitt - probably from the collection of John and Ruth Picard at their bead museum in Carmel Valley, California.

Jack Dewitt Trade Beads Images Google - Yahoo Image Search Results

Jack Dewitt Trade Beads Images Google - Yahoo Image Search Results

1 Antique Venetian glass made African Trade Bead Old

Antique Venetian White-Heart ''Eye'' glass beads, traded to North America, Asia, and Africa

A strand of twenty seven superb Venetian fancy beads known as ghost beads and made at the end of the 1800's to the early 1900's and used for the African Trade. | Three of the beads are round and have a design that looks like a skull and cross bones. There are also three striped biconical beads on the strand. | $ 1,200

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65 Antique “skunk” fancy venetian glass trade beads. African Trade by faqrun on Etsy

65 Antique “skunk” fancy venetian glass trade beads. African Trade by faqrun on Etsy

Extremely rare Clear Ambassador Beads traded in Africa, made in the 19th Century.  $1,350.

Clear Ambassador Bead Strand

Amazing strand of clear ambassador beads from the early/mid century. These beads were made in Venice, likely on the Island of Marano, and then traded to Africa. These beads have become crazy-rare

Venetian Millefiori beads | from the African trade circa early 1900's.

ca early Venetian millefiori beads called African trade beads.

African Trade Beads | Venetian Eye Beads with red and white eyes {aka Skunk Beads } | from the late 1800s

Venetian Eye Beads with red and white eyes 24 inch strand; 50 beads, average size: 12 to Date: Late - Price:

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