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 Code: C1700ASN166
 

Size: 27mm     Hole: 8.5mm
 Code: C1700ASN170
 

Size: 27mm     Hole: 8.5mm
 Code: C1700ASN701
 

Size: 27mm     Hole: 8.5mm
 Code: C1702ASN702
 

Size: 27mm     Hole: 8.5mm
 Code: C1702ASN177
 

Size: 27mm     Hole: 8.5mm
 Code: C1705ASN36
 

Size: 27mm     Hole: 8.5mm
 Code: GS2-E
 

Size: 12 x 12mm     Hole: 3.8mm
 Code: AS
 The spherical beads are the most common form of jewelry from the beginning of human history. With variations in size, color and material (precious and semiprecious stones, pottery, glass) we find them all over the world and in different cultures. Usually, together with beads of different shapes, they are used as basic components to create necklaces and earrings.

Size: 23mm     Hole: 6mm     Weight: 8.8g
 Code: BS
 The spherical beads are the most common form of jewelry from the beginning of human history. With variations in size, color and material (precious and semiprecious stones, pottery, glass) we find them all over the world and in different cultures. Usually,

Size: 20mm     Hole: 6mm
 Code: BBS
 The spherical beads are the most common form of jewelry from the beginning of human history. With variations in size, color and material (precious and semiprecious stones, pottery, glass) we find them all over the world and in different cultures. Usually,

Size: 16mm     Hole: 5mm
 Code: GS
 The spherical beads are the most common form of jewelry from the beginning of human history. With variations in size, color and material (precious and semiprecious stones, pottery, glass) we find them all over the world and in different cultures. Usually,

Size: 12mm     Hole: 3.8mm
 Code: BGS
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Size: 9mm     Hole: 3.2mm
 Code: GGS
 The spherical beads are the most common form of jewelry from the beginning of human history. With variations in size, color and material (precious and semiprecious stones, pottery, glass) we find them all over the world and in different cultures. Usually,

Size: 6mm     Hole: 2.7mm
 Code: GGSM
 The spherical beads are the most common form of jewelry from the beginning of human history. With variations in size, color and material (precious and semiprecious stones, pottery, glass) we find them all over the world and in different cultures. Usually,

Size: 5mm     Hole: 2.3mm
 Code: A2
 Spherical bead with two parallel grooves in its profile. This isn’t a common shape. One can find similar beads in prehistoric times in Europe and the Middle East.
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Size: 15mm     Hole: 4.5mm
 Code: BBM
 UNDER CONSTRUCTION

Size: 12mm     Hole: 5mm
 Code: K8
 Pendant with spherical lower part and concave twists at the upper part, near the hole. Similar beads, considered of being amulets, were popular adornment in Ancient Egypt during the XVIIIth dynasty that ruled from the 16th until the beginning of the 13th

Size: 22 x 19mm     Hole: 4.5mm
 Code: ASN
 Spherical beads, flattened out from both sides. They are wide spread and vary in shape, size and material they have been made of. From the Balkans they are part of different jewels. Similar beads have been found in Bulgaria and go back to the Bronze age.

Size: 27mm     Hole: 8.5mm
 Code: ASR
 Spherical beads with grooves, produced from different materials are known as far as the Mycenaean period (1600-1100 BC). Their shape resembles a flower or rose bud and is a symbol of fertility. They continue to be produced in the later periods from gold,

Size: 29mm     Hole: 9mm
 Code: AG
 Spherical beads with porous decoration reminding of certain stones (lava) or the internal structure of the bones. Created by "Keramos design".

Size: 23mm     Hole: 6mm
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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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