65 Beads

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Object Name: 
65 Beads
Place Made: 
Accession Number: 
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Not on Display
Credit Line: 
Gift of Dorothy Blair
Primary Description: 
(I) Four beads of dark grayish-blue glass, one of light grayish- blue, and one of light green glass; coiled. Spherical form. (II)Translucent grayish-blue glass; probably coiled. Various shapes, some almost tubular, but short, some slightly rounded out; ends flat and rough (unpolished); pitted on surfaces; traces of clay and red pigment from the burial. (III) Five transparent amber-colored glass beads; coiled. Spherical shape. Two transparent dark blue glass beads; coiled.
Mizuhara, Iwataro, Former Collection
Iwatsu, Masaemon, Former Collection