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23pcs - 55g – 12-28mm – Ancient Roman Period Glass Beads Work Well in Tribal Jewellery

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They’re Not Mass Produced

If you fancy wearing a piece of antiquity or have a desire to create a piece of jewellery steeped in history – we believe that we have something which will be of interest to you.

We have a small collection of ancient Roman period glass beads alleged to be at least 1000 years old.

They’re not perfect by any stretch of the imagination – but that's something you’d expect from collectibles as old as these beads.

And because of their age – and because they’re not mass-produced, you can expect a few imperfections such as chips, cracks, and in a few cases, some form of calcification.

All that is part of the excitement one experiences when unravelling treasures such as these.

This particular group of roughly cut and odd-shaped beads was unearthed from a historical excavation site in Nimruz province, in south-eastern Afghanistan at the end of the 20th Century AD.  

All contain a 1-2mm threading hole and would make the perfect ingredients for artisans with a bent on creating amazing tribal jewellery.

No question about it, these one-of-a-kind pieces, mixed with spacer beads would work well in a necklace, a pair of awe-inspiring earrings, or even a bracelet.

Colours which could work well with these little treasures include the greens of turquoise and amazonite, the gold and browns of topaz and amber, the blood red coral and Siam, the jet black of Algerian onyx and certainly the silver colour of tempered white metal or sterling silver.

Although all the Roman period glass beads in this collection vary in size and texture, they work out at $6.00 each and weigh in at approximately 98 grams.

The accompanying photos illustrate exactly what you will receive.