Jade Bead: Hand Carved Flower #2
Afghan Tribal Arts has been importing from Afghanistan and the region since the 1980’s. The focus is on vintage textiles and tribal jewelry as well as new gemstone beads made for jewelry designers. Clicking on the Shop on Etsy button will take you to our shop there where you can see what is currently in stock.
This listing is for one carved bead in the style pictured. As you can see, they vary in size, but are all the same price. You can request “Send the biggest or smallest available”. If you purchase more than one and want the same size, leave a note and we’ll do our best to get the same size. The hole goes through the side of the flower. Beads are etched on both sides. Some are not etched all the way (see photos). Refer to the image with the ruler for size. The group photo shows some of the other carved beads we carry. Check our shop for availability: http://www.etsy.com/shop/AfghanTribalArts?section_id=6557508 Please examine the photos carefully. We have made every attempt to get as close to the color as possible, but different monitors do interpret these colors differently. Flaws, hairline cracks and uneven finishing is part of this handmade process. Visit our Etsy shop for more beads and other tribal jewelry and textiles! ___________________________________ Afghan Tribal Arts specializes in handcut, unpolished beads from Afghanistan and the region. Working with artisans directly in the Peshawar region, your purchase helps support small workshops who work in traditions established over centuries in the Silk Road. Afghanistan has great wealth in its natural resources, including an endless variety of semi-precious stones. Unpolished stones take in the oils of the skin with wear and develop a deep patina over time. Free shipping on all purchases over $100 in the US. (Discounts given on shipping for international orders over $100.) We use the USPS flat rate envelopes for shipping and can fit a lot into one envelope. We encourage multiple purchases per order so that you can save on shipping. Follow Afghan Tribal Arts on Facebook! http://www.facebook.com/AfghanTribalArts www.afghantribalarts.com http://stureetribalvillage.blogspot.com/
Materials Used: jade
Afghan Tribal Arts
Abdul Wardak of Afghan Tribal Arts Abdul Wardak has been importing from Afghanistan and the region since the early 1980’s. Beads carved from semi-precious stones are the core of the business, but Afghan Tribal Arts also has an extensive collection of tribal jewelry, textiles, carpets, and vintage functional crafts.
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