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 Code: MR2
 "Small beads with round section. They are very popular form with varying shapes, sizes and material they have been made of. They were wide spread in Ancient Egypt. They are common in different periods and cultures all around the world. On the Balkan Peninsula these beads have been used as part of necklaces and earrings. "
www.fitzmuseum.cam.ac.uk/opac/search/cat

Size: 2mm     Hole: 2mm
 Code: MR3
 "Tiny beads with round section. They are very popular shape with varying shapes, sizes and material they have been made of. They occur in different cultures since prehistoric times. Some been found in Ancient Greece and Rome as well. "
www.britishmuseum.org/research/search_th

Size: 3.5mm     Hole: 2mm
 Code: MR4
 UNDER CONSTRUCTION

Size: 5mm     Hole: 2mm
 Code: T6
 UNDER CONSTRUCTION

Size: 6 x 6mm     Hole: 2.8mm
 Code: T8
 Tiny beads with square cross-section are not wide spread. Similar have been produced in prehistoric times.
www.britishmuseum.org/research/search_th

Size: 8 x 8mm     Hole: 2.6mm
 Code: TR10
 Tiny beads with triangular cross-section are not common at all among ancient jewelry. We meet them in Early Middle Ages.
www.europeana.eu/portal/record/00401/753

Size: 10mm     Hole: 2.9mm
 Code: T12
 Square beads like those have been produced in Prehistory.

Size: 12 x 12mm     Hole: 3mm
 Code: T15
 Square beads like those have been produced in Prehistory.

Size: 15 x 15mm     Hole: 3mm
 Code: R7
 Flattened disk-shaped beads with a hole in their center. Similar, made from Egyptian faience and put one next to another without spacer beads, have been used to create necklaces in Ancient Egypt.
bilddatenbank.khm.at/viewArtefact?id=324

Size: 23mm     Hole: 2.7mm
 Code: R6
 Flattened disk-shaped beads with a hole in their center. Similar, made from Egyptian faience and put one next to another without spacer beads, have been used to create necklaces in Ancient Egypt.
bilddatenbank.khm.at/viewArtefact?id=324

Size: 20mm     Hole: 2.7mm
 Code: R5
 Flattened disk-shaped beads with a hole in their center. Similar, made from Egyptian faience and put one next to another without spacer beads, have been used to create necklaces in Ancient Egypt.
bilddatenbank.khm.at/viewArtefact?id=324

Size: 16mm     Hole: 3mm
 Code: R4
 "Small beads with round section. They are very popular shape with varying shapes, sizes and material they have been made of. Very often they occur since prehistoric times together with other types of beads. "
www.hermitagemuseum.org/fcgi-bin/db2www/
www.flickr.com/photos/ggnyc/2504692347/

Size: 13mm     Hole: 2.7mm
 Code: AR6
 UNDER CONSTRUCTION

Size: 18mm     Hole: 3mm
 Code: ASK
 Beads with irregular shape that look like natural stones. Similar beads have been produced in the Rhodope Mountains, Bulgaria and Paros, Greece.

Size: 27 x 19mm     Hole: 6mm
 Code: RM
 "Small beads with round section. They are very popular form with varying shapes, sizes and material they have been made of. They were wide spread in Ancient Egypt. They are common in different periods and cultures all around the world. On the Balkan Peninsula these beads have been used as part of necklaces and earrings. "
www.fitzmuseum.cam.ac.uk/opac/search/cat

Size: 4 x 6mm     Hole: 2.7mm
 Code: R11
 Tinier or thicker beads with triangular and square cross –section. They have been created by "Keramos design".

Size: 14 x 14mm     Hole: 2.7mm
 Code: R3
 "Small beads with round section. They are very popular form with varying shapes, sizes and material they have been made of. They were wide spread in Ancient Egypt. They are common in different periods and cultures all around the world. On the Balkan Peninsula these beads have been used as part of necklaces and earrings. "
www.fitzmuseum.cam.ac.uk/opac/search/cat

Size: 8mm     Hole: 2.7mm
 Code: RMM
 "Small beads with round section. They are very popular form with varying shapes, sizes and material they have been made of. They were wide spread in Ancient Egypt. They are common in different periods and cultures all around the world. On the Balkan Peninsula these beads have been used as part of necklaces and earrings. "
www.fitzmuseum.cam.ac.uk/opac/search/cat

Size: 6mm     Hole: 2.8mm
 Code: R10
 UNDER CONSTRUCTION

Size: 9mm     Hole: 2.8mm
 Code: DF1
 Disc-shaped bead with incised decoration of parallel lines forming geometric shapes that recall the decoration of the neolithic pottery, the idols and the so-called ”stamps” whose exact function is still unknown. These objects were spread in a wide area -

Size: 37mm     Hole: 9mm
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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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