11 Beads

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11 Beads
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(-1) One bead - Millefiori - cylindrical; isolated millefiori on a white background. Same decoration as 70.3.114 showing similar eyes. Curved for waist string; (-2) one bead -Millefiori - cylindrical; isolated millefiori on a plain white ground; curved. Very similar to 70.3.124a but with a different eye (turquoise blue, red, yellow, red, white with blue and red stripes). Intended for a waist string; (-3) five beads - Millefiori - short fragments with ground ends of isolated millefiori on plain ground; (-4) two beads - Millefiori - very small beads; isolated millefiori on plain white ground; occasional eyes of blue, white, red and white with red vertical stripes; average nine eyes per bead; (-5) one bead - Millefiori - short barrel-shape bead; white ground; isolated eyes of blue, white, red and white with red vertical stripes.
Lamb, Alastair, Source