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 Code: S6
 "Tubular beads with comparatively smaller diameter. We meet them in Prehistoric times (Durankulak, Bulgaria) where tubular beads have been made from the precious Spondillus shell. As a ceramic product, this bead starts to be produced in contemporary Greece since 1960’s. "
e-vestnik.bg/4196
www.bulgariatravel.org/images/landmarks/

Size: 6 x 7.8mm     Hole: 2.7mm
 Code: SRM
 "Tubular beads with comparatively smaller diameter. We meet them in Prehistoric times (Durankulak, Bulgaria) where tubular beads have been made from the precious Spondillus shell. As a ceramic product, this bead starts to be produced in contemporary Greece since 1960’s. "
e-vestnik.bg/4196
www.bulgariatravel.org/images/landmarks/

Size: 10 x 5.8mm     Hole: 2.5mm
 Code: S2M
 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: 8.5 x 4.7mm     Hole: 2mm
 Code: S6M
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Size: 3 x 8.4mm     Hole: 2.7mm
 Code: S5M
 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: 6 x 5mm     Hole: 2.2mm
 Code: LBS
 Curved tubular beads with wide orifice going through them. Similar have been produced in Ancient Egypt and other ancient societies.

Size: 50 x 7.7mm     Hole: 2.7mm
 Code: LAS
 Curved tubular beads with wide orifice going through them. Similar have been produced in Ancient Egypt and other ancient societies.

Size: 49 x 6mm     Hole: 2.7mm
 Code: LBSM
 Curved tubular beads with wide orifice going through them. Similar have been produced in Ancient Egypt and other ancient societies.

Size: 27 x 6mm     Hole: 2.7mm
 Code: D55
 Beads with irregular disc shape are very common. On one side they are decorated with parallel incisions, while on the other side the incisions are transverse and form lozenges. Pottery ware from Prehistory to Middle Ages bear like-wise ornamentation.

Size: 55mm     Hole: 7mm
 Code: D50
 Beads with irregular disc shape are very common. On one side they are decorated with parallel incisions, while on the other side the incisions are transverse and form lozenges. Pottery ware from Prehistory to Middle Ages bear like-wise ornamentation.

Size: 50mm     Hole: 7mm
 Code: D45
 Beads with irregular disc shape are very common. On one side they are decorated with parallel incisions, while on the other side the incisions are transverse and form lozenges. Pottery ware from Prehistory to Middle Ages bear like-wise ornamentation.

Size: 45mm     Hole: 7mm
 Code: D40
 Beads with irregular disc shape are very common. On one side they are decorated with parallel incisions, while on the other side the incisions are transverse and form lozenges. Pottery ware from Prehistory to Middle Ages bear like-wise ornamentation.

Size: 40mm     Hole: 7mm
 Code: D35
 Disc-shaped beads with irregular form. They are comparatively wide spread. One finds them in Ancient Egypt and Ancient Greece.
www.flickr.com/photos/ggnyc/2504692347/
www.britishmuseum.org/research/search_th

Size: 35mm     Hole: 7mm
 Code: D30
 Disc-shaped beads with irregular form. They are comparatively wide spread. One finds them in Ancient Egypt and Ancient Greece.
www.flickr.com/photos/ggnyc/2504692347/
www.britishmuseum.org/research/search_th

Size: 30mm     Hole: 7mm
 Code: D25
 Disc-shaped beads with irregular form. They are comparatively wide spread. One finds them in Ancient Egypt and Ancient Greece.
www.flickr.com/photos/ggnyc/2504692347/
www.britishmuseum.org/research/search_th

Size: 25mm     Hole: 7mm
 Code: D20
 Disc-shaped beads with irregular form. They are comparatively wide spread. One finds them in Ancient Egypt and Ancient Greece.
www.flickr.com/photos/ggnyc/2504692347/
www.britishmuseum.org/research/search_th

Size: 20mm     Hole: 7mm
 Code: FM
 Small bead with irregular round shape. Each bead is separately made by hand. Created by "Keramos design".

Size: 16 x 13mm     Hole: 3.3mm
 Code: FMM
 Small bead with irregular round shape. Each bead is separately made by hand. Created by "Keramos design".

Size: 10 x 9.5mm     Hole: 3.3mm
 Code: AK1
 Beads with irregular shape that look like natural stones. Beads made of stone appear in the territory of today’s Bulgaria since the 5th millennium BC. Similar beads have been used as components for necklaces in different ancient societies.
www.britishmuseum.org/research/search_th

Size: 25 x 24mm     Hole: 5mm
 Code: AK2
 Beads with irregular shape that look like natural stones. Beads made of stone appear in the territory of today’s Balkan Peninsula since the 5th millennium BC. Similar beads have been used as components for necklaces in different ancient societies.

Size: 21 x 20mm     Hole: 4.5mm
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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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