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Whitehearts Venetian Trade Beads Blue African 26 -

Whitehearts Venetian Trade Beads Blue African 26 Inches

Picture is an example. Yours will be similar.  Additional Information: The term "Trade Beads" typically applies to beads made predominately in Venice and Bohemia and other European countries from the late 1400s through to the early 1900s and traded in Africa and the Americas. Many of these beads have been attributed to being made in Germany, France and the Netherlands as well. The heyday of this "trade" period was from the mid 1800s through the early 1900s when millions of these beads were produced and traded in Africa. The Venetians dominated this market and produced the majority of the beads sold during this time. The J.F. Sick and Co, based in Germany and Holland was one of the largest bead brokers/importers during this period. Moses Lewin Levin was a bead importer/exporter who operated out of London from 1830 to 1913. You can see 4 of the Levin trade bead sample cards from 1865 in The History of Beads (Dubin) The popularity of these beads was revived in the late 1960s when they began to be exported from Africa into the United States and Europe. The term "Trade Beads" became very popular during this time period and is still used for the same bead reference today. The millefiori beads were also called "Love Beads" and used in necklaces with peace symbols during the Hippie days...
Venetian Trade Beads Yellow Floral Mixed Africa -

Venetian Trade Beads Yellow Floral Mixed Africa Loose

Additional information: The term "Trade Beads" typically applies to beads made predominately in Venice and Bohemia and other European countries from the late 1400s through to the early 1900s and traded in Africa and the Americas. Many of these beads have been attributed to being made in Germany, France and the Netherlands as well. The heyday of this "trade" period was from the mid 1800s through the early 1900s when millions of these beads were produced and traded in Africa. The Venetians dominated this market and produced the majority of the beads sold during this time. The J.F. Sick and Co, based in Germany and Holland was one of the largest bead brokers/importers during this period. Moses Lewin Levin was a bead importer/exporter who operated out of London from 1830 to 1913. You can see 4 of the Levin trade bead sample cards from 1865 in The History of Beads (Dubin) The popularity of these beads was revived in the late 1960s when they began to be exported from Africa into the United States and Europe. The term "Trade Beads" became very popular during this time period and is still used for the same bead reference today. The millefiori beads were also called "Love Beads" and used in necklaces with peace symbols during the Hippie days. As the popularity and availability of these ol...
Green Whitehearts Venetian Trade Beads -

Green Whitehearts Venetian Trade Beads African

Picture is an example. Yours will be very similar. Additional information: The term "Trade Beads" typically applies to beads made predominately in Venice and Bohemia and other European countries from the late 1400s through to the early 1900s and traded in Africa and the Americas. Many of these beads have been attributed to being made in Germany, France and the Netherlands as well. The heyday of this "trade" period was from the mid 1800s through the early 1900s when millions of these beads were produced and traded in Africa. The Venetians dominated this market and produced the majority of the beads sold during this time. The J.F. Sick and Co, based in Germany and Holland was one of the largest bead brokers/importers during this period. Moses Lewin Levin was a bead importer/exporter who operated out of London from 1830 to 1913. You can see 4 of the Levin trade bead sample cards from 1865 in The History of Beads (Dubin) The popularity of these beads was revived in the late 1960s when they began to be exported from Africa into the United States and Europe. The term "Trade Beads" became very popular during this time period and is still used for the same bead reference today. The millefiori beads were also called "Love Beads" and used in necklaces with peace symbols during the Hippie d...
Onionskin Venetian Trade Beads Blue African 30 -

Onionskin Venetian Trade Beads Blue African 30 Inch

Picture is an example, yours will be similar. Additional information: The term "Trade Beads" typically applies to beads made predominately in Venice and Bohemia and other European countries from the late 1400s through to the early 1900s and traded in Africa and the Americas. Many of these beads have been attributed to being made in Germany, France and the Netherlands as well. The heyday of this "trade" period was from the mid 1800s through the early 1900s when millions of these beads were produced and traded in Africa. The Venetians dominated this market and produced the majority of the beads sold during this time. The J.F. Sick and Co, based in Germany and Holland was one of the largest bead brokers/importers during this period. Moses Lewin Levin was a bead importer/exporter who operated out of London from 1830 to 1913. You can see 4 of the Levin trade bead sample cards from 1865 in The History of Beads (Dubin) The popularity of these beads was revived in the late 1960s when they began to be exported from Africa into the United States and Europe. The term "Trade Beads" became very popular during this time period and is still used for the same bead reference today. The millefiori beads were also called "Love Beads" and used in necklaces with peace symbols during the Hippie days. ...
Venetian Trade Beads Blue Chevron Slices Africa 29 -

Venetian Trade Beads Blue Chevron Slices Africa 29 inch

Additional information: The term "Trade Beads" typically applies to beads made predominately in Venice and Bohemia and other European countries from the late 1400s through to the early 1900s and traded in Africa and the Americas. Many of these beads have been attributed to being made in Germany, France and the Netherlands as well. The heyday of this "trade" period was from the mid 1800s through the early 1900s when millions of these beads were produced and traded in Africa. The Venetians dominated this market and produced the majority of the beads sold during this time. The J.F. Sick and Co, based in Germany and Holland was one of the largest bead brokers/importers during this period. Moses Lewin Levin was a bead importer/exporter who operated out of London from 1830 to 1913. You can see 4 of the Levin trade bead sample cards from 1865 in The History of Beads (Dubin) The popularity of these beads was revived in the late 1960s when they began to be exported from Africa into the United States and Europe. The term "Trade Beads" became very popular during this time period and is still used for the same bead reference today. The millefiori beads were also called "Love Beads" and used in necklaces with peace symbols during the Hippie days. As the popularity and availability of these ol...
Dutch Delft Dabwa Venetian Trade Beads African 32 -

Dutch Delft Dabwa Venetian Trade Beads African 32 Inch

Additional information: The term "Trade Beads" typically applies to beads made predominately in Venice and Bohemia and other European countries from the late 1400s through to the early 1900s and traded in Africa and the Americas. Many of these beads have been attributed to being made in Germany, France and the Netherlands as well. The heyday of this "trade" period was from the mid 1800s through the early 1900s when millions of these beads were produced and traded in Africa. The Venetians dominated this market and produced the majority of the beads sold during this time. The J.F. Sick and Co, based in Germany and Holland was one of the largest bead brokers/importers during this period. Moses Lewin Levin was a bead importer/exporter who operated out of London from 1830 to 1913. You can see 4 of the Levin trade bead sample cards from 1865 in The History of Beads (Dubin) The popularity of these beads was revived in the late 1960s when they began to be exported from Africa into the United States and Europe. The term "Trade Beads" became very popular during this time period and is still used for the same bead reference today. The millefiori beads were also called "Love Beads" and used in necklaces with peace symbols during the Hippie days. As the popularity and availability of these...
Antique Venetian Melon Old Green Chevron Oval glass African trade -

Antique Venetian Melon Old Green Chevron Oval glass African trade beads

Antique Venetian Melon Green oval Chevron glass African Trade Beads These are old Venetian Antique Chevron glass African trade beads. These beads were used in the African Trade in the to early 1900's mostly found in Ghana West Africa. The condition of these beads are good. Minor nicks due to age of the beads These beads are great for your jewelry design or for your collections. Size of the Bead: 10-12x9mm 31 inches long strand
5 Tabular Venetian Trade Beads Yellow African -

5 Tabular Venetian Trade Beads Yellow African Loose

Additional information: The term "Trade Beads" typically applies to beads made predominately in Venice and Bohemia and other European countries from the late 1400s through to the early 1900s and traded in Africa and the Americas. Many of these beads have been attributed to being made in Germany, France and the Netherlands as well. The heyday of this "trade" period was from the mid 1800s through the early 1900s when millions of these beads were produced and traded in Africa. The Venetians dominated this market and produced the majority of the beads sold during this time. The J.F. Sick and Co, based in Germany and Holland was one of the largest bead brokers/importers during this period. Moses Lewin Levin was a bead importer/exporter who operated out of London from 1830 to 1913. You can see 4 of the Levin trade bead sample cards from 1865 in The History of Beads (Dubin) The popularity of these beads was revived in the late 1960s when they began to be exported from Africa into the United States and Europe. The term "Trade Beads" became very popular during this time period and is still used for the same bead reference today. The millefiori beads were also called "Love Beads" and used in necklaces with peace symbols during the Hippie days. As the popularity and availability of these ol...
strand of Venetian antique wound glass trade -

strand of Venetian antique wound glass trade beads

These are authentic rare old beautiful Antique strand of Venetian Wound Brick glass trade beads, These beads were used in African Trade in late 1800's to early 1900's. The condition is pristine. Measures:6x5mm average size bead. length of the strand: 28.5 inches
TheBeadChest Oval Antique Venetian African Millefiori Trade Beads #2281 11mm Ghana Multicolor Glass Large Hole 32-35 inches -

TheBeadChest Oval Antique Venetian African Millefiori Trade Beads #2281 11mm Ghana Multicolor Glass Large Hole 32-35 inches Handmade

WOW! Take a look at this beautiful antique strand of Venetian Millefiori trade beads! Celebrated among the most distinctive of beads, the Millefiori has become nearly synonymous with the West African Trade. Made from famed Murano glass, Millefiori beads derive their name from the Italian words for “Thousand Flowers” due to the characteristic floral motifs that decorate their surface. Millefiori beads were made throughout the 19th and 20th century primarily for export to Africa. Today they are found in many countries including Ivory Coast, Nigeria, and Ghana where they are also known by their Ashanti name “Chachasao”. Most beads are commonly cylindrical in shape however oval-shaped beads such as those shown here are more rare and difficult to find. The strand pictured is an authentic strand of African Trade Beads and will include a unique mix of different colored beads. Look carefully and you may see that some rare varieties of Venetian trade beads are also mixed in including feather beads, fancy beads, and rare varieties of French Cross Beads. This is an old strand and some beads may be damaged or chipped due to age however it is in overall good condition. Great for the bead connoisseur and amateur collector alike. These unusual beads may be worn “as...
Horizon Group USA Kids Craft Plastic Pony Multi-Color Mix Beads, 1 - Venetian Trade Beads
Venetian Trade Beads

Horizon Group USA Kids Craft Plastic Pony Multi-Color Mix Beads, 1 Each

Kids Craft Alphabet Flat White Beads, 1 - Venetian Trade Beads
Venetian Trade Beads

Kids Craft Alphabet Flat White Beads, 1 Each

SooperBeads Water Beads 16 oz (45,000 beads) for Orbeez Spa Refill, Sensory Toys, and Decor (1 - Venetian Trade Beads
Venetian Trade Beads

SooperBeads Water Beads 16 oz (45,000 beads) for Orbeez Spa Refill, Sensory Toys, and Decor (1 Pound)

BeadTin White Matte 9mm Barrel Pony Beads - Venetian Trade Beads
Venetian Trade Beads

BeadTin White Matte 9mm Barrel Pony Beads (500pc)

Toner Plastics, Inc. Bead N' Stretch, Clear, 75 - Venetian Trade Beads
Venetian Trade Beads

Toner Plastics, Inc. Bead N' Stretch, Clear, 75 Ft.

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Venetian Trade Beads

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