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Fancy Krobo African Trade Beads - Vidrio reciclado de Ghana

Fancy Krobo African Trade Beads - Vidrio reciclado de Ghana

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Presentamos una hermosa hebra de NUEVAS cuentas africanas de vidrio en polvo, meticulously handcrafted by the talented artisans of Kroboland in Ghana, West Africa. These beads artfully imitate the elegance of old Venetian fancy trade beads.

  • Longitud del hilo: Aproximadamente 25" (64 cm)
  • Tamaño del grano: Approximately 10 - 11 mm in diameter

Each bead is made from recycled bottles and other glass items, which are finely ground into powder and then carefully molded to create these stunning beads. This sustainable process not only supports environmental efforts but also preserves a rich cultural heritage.

SU HILO SERÁ IDÉNTICO AL HILO QUE SE MUESTRA EN LA FOTOGRAFÍA (DADA UNA VARIACIÓN NORMAL YA QUE ESTAS PERLAS SON TODAS COMPLETAMENTE HECHAS A MANO).

El arte de hacer elegantes cuentas Krobo

The people of Kroboland in Ghana employ a traditional technique that has been passed down through generations to create these fancy glass beads. The process begins with crushing recycled glass into a fine powder. This powder is then placed into molds to form the beads.

Decoración

What sets fancy beads apart is the detailed decoration process. Artisans use a combination of glass fragments, powdered glass, and natural dyes to create intricate patterns and vibrant designs. Using metal or wooden tools, they etch or paint detailed motifs onto the beads, making each piece unique and full of character.

Disparo

Once decorated, the beads are fired in a kiln. The high temperatures fuse the glass powder and set the designs in place, giving the beads their final form. This firing process ensures the durability and longevity of each bead, making them perfect for various applications, including jewelry making.

The significance of trade beads in Ghana and across Africa cannot be overstated. Historically, these beads were used as a form of currency and played a vital role in trade. Today, they are cherished for their beauty and craftsmanship, symbolizing cultural pride and artistic heritage.

Explore our collection of the Nuevas cuentas de vidrio africanas Krobo available for sale. Discover our Archives of previously sold African-made beads. Watch how Krobos produce their beads in our Video de Youtube.

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