53 Beads

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53 Beads
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Overall W: 3.1 cm, D: 3.8 cm
Not on Display
Primary Description: 
Green, blue, brown glass; Adiagba - a necklace, (52 small beads; one large bead) with the large bead intended to form the central point; each bead is ground so as to form a circular shape. Decorated mainly with one or two longitudinal stripes of green and blue. The large bead has longitudinal stripes of green and brown.
Lamb, Alastair, Former Collection
Krobo Powder-Glass Beads (1976-04) illustrated, pp. 36-37, top right, fig. 16; BIB# AI14479