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15" Ghanaian Glass Bead Strand, Black

$110.00
Est. Arrival: Nov 03 - Nov 11
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Made by members of Ghana's Krobo Tribe using traditions passed down from their forefathers, these recycled glass beads are created by compressing glass into a dry grain, then heating the grain so the pieces form together; the glass is then put into a porcelain cast and baked in a furnace. Strung on hemp, these beads bring their rich history and natural beauty to any shelf, console, or mantel.

Color: black/natural
Dimensions: 1.5"Dia x 14.5"H
Made In: Ghana
Made Of: recycled glass/hemp
SKU: 77534520
ESTIMATED ARRIVAL: Nov 03 - Nov 11
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RETURNS: This item is returnable within 30 days of delivery. Restocking and return shipping fees may apply. See our Return Policy for details.
Founded to bring the artistry of indigenous African design to the U.S., Ngala Trading Co. collaborates with artisans in Africa to produce its line of beautifully handcrafted lighting, furniture, and accents. The designs incorporate richly textured exotic materials, including leather, horn, and ostrich feathers, all sustainably sourced as part of ongoing conservation efforts.
Why we love this

Made by members of Ghana's Krobo Tribe using traditions passed down from their forefathers, these recycled glass beads are created by compressing glass into a dry grain, then heating the grain so the pieces form together; the glass is then put into a porcelain cast and baked in a furnace. Strung on hemp, these beads bring their rich history and natural beauty to any shelf, console, or mantel.

About the Brand
Founded to bring the artistry of indigenous African design to the U.S., Ngala Trading Co. collaborates with artisans in Africa to produce its line of beautifully handcrafted lighting, furniture, and accents. The designs incorporate richly textured exotic materials, including leather, horn, and ostrich feathers, all sustainably sourced as part of ongoing conservation efforts.
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