Necklace | Anne Holland ~ Dorje Designs. Seven “capped” amber-like beads are the prime focus of this necklace, including one which acts as a pendant. Although they resemble Tibetan beads, we just can’t be certain as the trader who she bought the beads off had no idea of their origin. These beads have been mixed with 4 cracked amberoid beads from Africa, along with some old brass Tuareg beads.
by Anna Holland | Necklace; faux amber beads which originated in Germany, but were traded and found most often in Mauritania and Niger. They are approximately 100 years old, very rare and highly collectible. They have been combined with old Tuareg and Ethiopian brass bicone beads, and a bronze hook and eye clasp | Sold