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 Code: DF2
 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
 Code: DR1
 UNDER CONSTRUCTION

Size: 23mm     Hole: 9.5mm
 Code: D1
 "Ring-shaped circular bead. Adornments with such shape have been produced in Mycenae during the Bronze age and other places in Europe in prehistoric times. "
www.greek-thesaurus.gr/images/p4/Rings%2
www.britishmuseum.org/research/search_th
www.britishmuseum.org/research/search_th

Size: 22mm     Hole: 11mm
 Code: D6
 "Ring-shaped circular bead. Adornments with such shape have been produced in Mycenae during the Bronze age and other places in Europe in prehistoric times. "
www.greek-thesaurus.gr/images/p4/Rings%2
www.britishmuseum.org/research/search_th
www.britishmuseum.org/research/search_th

Size: 21mm     Hole: 11mm
 Code: D7
 "Ring-shaped circular bead. Adornments with such shape have been produced in Mycenae during the Bronze age and other places in Europe in prehistoric times. "
www.greek-thesaurus.gr/images/p4/Rings%2
www.britishmuseum.org/research/search_th
www.britishmuseum.org/research/search_th

Size: 21mm     Hole: 11mm
 Code: D11
 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.
www.britishmuseum.org/research

Size: 20mm     Hole: 6.2mm
 Code: D10
 Ring-shaped circular bead. Adornments with such shape have been produced in Mycenae during the Bronze age and other places in Europe in prehistoric times.
www.greek-thesaurus.gr/images/p4/Rings%2
www.britishmuseum.org/resear

Size: 20mm     Hole: 9.5mm
 Code: D10M
 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.
www.britishmuseum.org/research

Size: 15mm     Hole: 6mm
 Code: DS
 Disc-shaped beads with regular form. They are comparatively common in different cultures since Prehistοry till the Middle Ages.
www.britishmuseum.org/research/search_th

Size: 30mm     Hole: 5.9mm
 Code: DSB
 Disc-shaped beads with regular form. They are comparatively common in different cultures since Prehistοry till the Middle Ages.
www.britishmuseum.org/research/search_th

Size: 26mm     Hole: 5.9mm
 Code: GR1
 Star-shaped beads were not very frequent among the ancient jewels. Forms like tubes, spheres or cylinders were mostly preferred. Still, similar glass beads were part of a large necklace of several rows and were found in the necropolis of the medieval sett

Size: 9mm     Hole: 2.7mm
 Code: GR1M
 UNDER CONSTRUCTION

Size: 7mm     Hole: 2.7mm
 Code: GR2
 Tubular beads decorated with nine parallel incisions. Beads with similar ornamentation go back to prehistoric times or are found in Ancient Greece and Rome.
www.britishmuseum.org/research/search_th

Size: 6 x 9mm     Hole: 2.7mm
 Code: GR3
 Tubular beads decorated with nine parallel incisions. Beads with similar ornamentation go back to prehistoric times or are found in Ancient Greece and Rome.
www.britishmuseum.org/research/search_th

Size: 10 x 9mm     Hole: 2.7mm
 Code: GR4
 Tubular beads decorated with nine parallel incisions. Beads with similar ornamentation go back to prehistoric times or are found in Ancient Greece and Rome.
www.britishmuseum.org/research/search_th

Size: 21 x 9mm     Hole: 2.7mm
 Code: TR30
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Size: 34 x 9mm     Hole: 3mm
 Code: TR20
 UNDER CONSTRUCTION

Size: 20 x 10mm     Hole: 2.7mm
 Code: S2
 Tubular beads with comparatively smaller diameter. They are wide spread and vary in shape, size and material they have been made of. They were used in different civilizations all over the world since ancient times.

Size: 16 x 3.5mm     Hole: 1.7mm
 Code: TR18
 UNDER CONSTRUCTION

Size: 19 x 5.5mm     Hole: 1.8mm
 Code: T31
 UNDER CONSTRUCTION

Size: 30 x 6mm     Hole: 2.7mm
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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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