Green Bead
  1. Ngala Trading Co.

    15" Ghanaian Glass Bead Strand - Opaque Green - Ngala Trading Co.

    $118.00  
    More Details 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.
  2. Ngala Trading Co.

    15" Ghanaian Glass Bead Strand - Green - Ngala Trading Co.

    $118.00  
    More Details 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.
  3. Mike Seratt of The Prized Pig

    Emerald Green Glass Bead Strands - Set of 4

    $109.00  
    More Details Set of four 20"L emerald-green glass bead strands. No maker's mark.
  4. Mike Seratt of The Prized Pig

    Emerald Green Glass Bead Strands - Set of 4

    $109.00  
    More Details Set of four 20"L emerald-green glass bead strands. No maker's mark.
  5. Ngala Trading Co.

    Asst. of 2 Ghanaian Glass Beads with Stand - Green - Ngala Trading Co.

    $210.00  
    More Details 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 and displayed on a metal stand, these beads bring their rich history and natural beauty to any shelf, console, or mantel.
  6. Ngala Trading Co.

    17" Ghanaian Glass Beads with Stand - Opaque Green - Ngala Trading Co.

    $140.00  
    More Details 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 and displayed on a metal stand, these beads bring their rich history and natural beauty to any shelf, console, or mantel.
  7. Ngala Trading Co.

    17" Ghanaian Glass Beads with Stand - Green - Ngala Trading Co.

    $140.00  
    More Details 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 and displayed on a metal stand, these beads bring their rich history and natural beauty to any shelf, console, or mantel.
  8. Mike Seratt of The Prized Pig

    Emerald Green & Ice Glass Beads - Set of 4

    $109.00  
    More Details Set of four 20"L strands of tumbled glass beads in a emerald green and ice color. No maker's mark.
  9. Ballyhoo

    Malian Wedding Trade Beads - Ballyhoo

    $195.00  
    More Details Vintage strand of vibrant handmade glass wedding beads from Mali. In traditional teardrop shapes, each bead is one-of-a-kind and presents a vivid display of colors. Light surface wear, minor chipping.
  10. Ballyhoo

    African Seed Beads - Set of 8 - Ballyhoo

    $119.00  
    More Details Seven strands of Ghana seed beads accented with a strand of hand-painted bone beads.
  11. Ngala Trading Co.

    Asst. of 2 Ghanaian Glass Beads with Stand - Sage - Ngala Trading Co.

    $210.00  
    More Details 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 and displayed on a metal stand, these beads bring their rich history and natural beauty to any shelf, console, or mantel.