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by Anna Holland | Necklace; Antique carnelian, quartz, granite, and glass beads from the African nation of Mali, originally made to be woven into women’s hair, are now interspersed between a beautiful strand of antique carnelian beads. The gold-filled hook and eye clasp was handmade in Sri Lanka | Sold

Anna Holland: Antique Carnelian, Quartz, Granite, and Glass Beads From Mali, Sri Lanka Clasp

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Rustic Driftwood Necklace, tribal necklace with driftwood pendant painted with gold abstract tribal designs and wrapped in brass wire BIJOU BOIS FLOTTE

by Anna Holland | Antique bronze spears (likely to be from the Baule people of the Ivory Coast), antique bronze beads from Mali, and old vulcanite heishi worn by the Dogon peoples of Africa. Bronze cones, beads and hook and a hamsa hook and eye clasp | Sold

Unique ethnic jewelry and tribal jewelry. Handcrafted necklaces, bracelets, and rings using antique and ancient beads and artifacts by jewelry designer Anna Holland.

by Anna Holland | A strand of very old vulcanite heishi from Africa combined with some wonderful old Bohemian molded talhakimts, worn as hair beads by Berber women. Two Senofu divination rings, sterling silver ring components, and a fancy sterling silver hook and eye clasp complete the necklace. | Sold

Unique ethnic jewelry and tribal jewelry. Handcrafted necklaces, bracelets, and rings using antique and ancient beads and artifacts by jewelry designer Anna Holland.

Anna Holland | Antique carved conus shells from the deserts of Mauritania, once used as currency by tribes in Africa as early as the 14th century. With twenty strands of old white glass beads from Africa. Sterling silver cones and a hook and eye clasp

Anna Holland- antique carved conus shells from the deserts of Mauritania, once used as currency by tribes in Africa as early as the century. With twenty strands of old white glass beads from Africa.

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