Necklace of African Batik Polk a Dot Bone Trade
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These beads are hand dyed beads from Ghana, Africa. They were dyed using a process called "batiking". The design on these is polka dots, with the pattern going all the way around the bead. The largest beads on the necklace is 1" x 5/8". The long torpedo shaped beads are approx. 1 1/2" long. The total drop length is 13". The condition is excellent.
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- dyed bone