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German Phenolic resin beads impersonating amber. Posted By Kathleen McCabe Elsey

German Phenolic resin beads impersonating amber. Posted By Kathleen McCabe Elsey

Faceted Agate beads . Produced in Idar Oberstein.n Germany

Faceted Agate beads . Produced in Idar Oberstein.n Germany

Theo Smeets.  © By the author. Read    Klimt02.net Copyright   .

Theo Smeets. © By the author. Read Klimt02.net Copyright .

Shell Jewelry of Mauritania | natural amber beads from Mauritania and Mali, old pusiostema shell ...

Shell Jewelry of Mauritania | natural amber beads from Mauritania and Mali, old pusiostema shell ...

Chinese Court Beads [Collier Très important collier en turquoise et argent émaillé bleu Argent.......

Chinese Court Beads [Collier Très important collier en turquoise et argent émaillé bleu Argent.......

A strand of German Marble Beads. German marble bead production can be traced to the area around Lauscha and Haselbach in the state of Thuringen, Germany. Posted By Kathleen McCabe - Elsey.

A strand of German Marble Beads. German marble bead production can be traced to the area around Lauscha and Haselbach in the state of Thuringen, Germany. Posted By Kathleen McCabe - Elsey.

Two Strands Old Recycled Glass Beads by GEMILAJewels

Two Strands Old Recycled Glass Beads

This is an extraordinary neckpiece (a "torc") from ancient Germany (or possibly Denmark) worn around 600 BC. Made of brass/bronze.  Helen Maciejewski reports on the Facebook page "Ethnic Jewellery and Adornment": "This is a technique called anticlastic forming that was lost to jewelry makers for a long time. It was re-invented by Finnish metal-smith Heiki Seppa and his student Michael Good is a master of the form." (Joost Daalder)

This is an extraordinary neckpiece (a "torc") from ancient Germany (or possibly Denmark) worn around 600 BC. Made of brass/bronze. Helen Maciejewski reports on the Facebook page "Ethnic Jewellery and Adornment": "This is a technique called anticlastic forming that was lost to jewelry makers for a long time. It was re-invented by Finnish metal-smith Heiki Seppa and his student Michael Good is a master of the form." (Joost Daalder)

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