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 Code: DM2
 Donut-shaped beads with a big hole in the middle. Similar have been made during the chalcolithic period in Haskovo district, Southern Bulgaria. During the same period they occur also in other places all around Europe.
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Size: 16mm     Hole: 6mm
 Code: K3
 Biconical bead with two short extensions on both sides. Similar beads are common in Antiquity in Ancient Greece and the Roman Empire.
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Size: 18 x 19.5mm     Hole: 3.6mm
 Code: K1
 Biconic beads are quite common shape. We meet them as early as the 3rd millennium BC in Mesopotamia and about the same period they appear on the territory of today’s Greece. They are also wide spread during the Bronze Age in Serbia. Later similar beads ar

Size: 17mm     Hole: 2.5mm
 Code: K2
 Biconic beads are quite common shape. We meet them as early as the 3rd millennium BC in Mesopotamia and about the same period they appear on the territory of today’s Greece. They are also wide spread during the Bronze Age in Serbia. Later similar beads ar

Size: 18 x 12.4mm     Hole: 3.5mm
 Code: K7
 Bipyramidal beads are not very common in Antiquity, but similar were still used in Roman jewelry. Bipyramidal beads with larger size are the basic component of 14th century medieval earrings found in Bulgaria (Nicopol treasure and Kazanlak).

Size: 22 x 22mm     Hole: 3.2mm
 Code: K6
 Bipyramidal beads are not very common in Antiquity, but similar were still used in Roman jewelry. Bipyramidal beads with larger size are the basic component of 14th century medieval earrings found in Bulgaria (Nicopol treasure and Kazanlak).

Size: 14.8 x 14.8mm     Hole: 3.2mm
 Code: K5
 Bipyramidal beads are not very common in Antiquity, but similar were still used in Roman jewelry. Bipyramidal beads with larger size are the basic component of 14th century medieval earrings found in Bulgaria (Nicopol treasure and Kazanlak).

Size: 11.5 x 11.5mm     Hole: 3mm
 Code: ARC2
 A copy of copper and gold beads from the early Iron Age (8th-6th century BC). They were produced in local workshops in Thessaly and Macedonia. The necklaces, made with 10 to 12 such beads, are very popular during that period in a wide area - from northern

Size: 43 x 18mm     Hole: 3.5mm
 Code: K10
 Elongated, slightly biconical beads are very common part of necklaces from Ancient Egypt, Helladic times (15th-14th century BC), the Greco-Roman and Byzantine cultures. They are used together with spherical, tubular or conical beads and can be made of gol

Size: 45 x 14.5mm     Hole: 3.5mm
 Code: ARC1
 A copy of copper and gold beads from the early Iron Age (8th-6th century BC). They were produced in local workshops in Thessaly and Macedonia. The necklaces, made with 10 to 12 such beads, are very popular during that period in a wide area - from northern

Size: 51 x 21mm     Hole: 3.5mm
 Code: K15
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Size: 41 x 13mm     Hole: 4mm
 Code: OS
 Like spherical beads, this is the most common shape used in different cultures all over the world since the Neolithic era. Usually made from semiprecious stones or glass, these oblong beads were used as a part of necklaces or earrings.

Size: 21 x 12mm     Hole: 3mm
 Code: OSM
 Like spherical beads, this is the most common shape used in different cultures all over the world since the Neolithic era. Usually made from semiprecious stones or glass, these oblong beads were used as a part of necklaces or earrings.

Size: 18 x 9mm     Hole: 2.5mm
 Code: RK21
 Multi-segment bead in the shape of pinched tubule. Similar beads were characteristic for the medieval period (9th – 12th century AD) in the area of modern Bulgaria. They were made from glass and have different colors – dark blue, green, black or red. Some

Size: 29 x 15.5mm     Hole: 3mm
 Code: RK21M
 Multi-segment bead in the shape of pinched tubule. Similar beads were characteristic for the medieval period (9th – 12th century AD) in the area of modern Bulgaria. They were made from glass and have different colors – dark blue, green, black or red. Some

Size: 27 x 12mm     Hole: 3mm
 Code: SR20
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Size: 34 x 13mm     Hole: 3mm
 Code: SR21
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Size: 24 x 13mm     Hole: 3mm
 Code: SR22
 Tubular beads decorated with oblique, irregular incisions. Similar have been found in Ancient Egypt.
www.britishmuseum.org/research/search_th

Size: 17.5 x 13mm     Hole: 3mm
 Code: SR23
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Size: 10 x 13mm     Hole: 3mm
 Code: SR24
 Tubular beads decorated with oblique, irregular incisions. Similar have been found in Ancient Egypt.
www.britishmuseum.org/research/search_th

Size: 24 x 8.2mm     Hole: 3mm
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GREEK BEAD Ltd. produces ceramic and metal beads, accessories, knobs and buttons.
Established in 1974, the company is the biggest and the oldest in this sector in Europe with two workshops - in Greece and Bulgaria.Its products - beads, knobs and buttons of clay, raku, Egyptian clay, porcelain, tsam and tin are exported to more then 32 countries.
Studio Symbol is a design studio, which creates and explores the Mediterranean and European culture, according to tradition, quality and ecology requirements.
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