All the way from the United States – believed to be authentic Navajo tribal beads used in Indian ceremonies.
Measuring 11-13mm across and between 6-9mm thick, these small disc – tube-shaped and known as heishe beads, have been made from toffee and white coloured agate stone found in New Mexico and made by the Pueblo people.
It was the Pueblo Indians who traded their wares with the Navajo – a nomadic group of Indians who lived in the southwest desert regions of Utah, New Mexico, Arizona and Colorado.
This collection comprises of approximately 46 beads with a 2mm threading hole which would provide lots of potential for creativity for those artisans with a bent for creating amazing tribal jewellery.
And there’s no doubt they can also be used to create amazing ethnic-inspired statement items such as necklaces, bracelets or even an ankle bangle.
Your bead collection needs these special beads.
And affordable at $0.60 each. They weigh in at 52 grams.