Roman Glass Beads
Roman Glass Beads retrieved from midden piles from former Roman civilizations throughout Asia Minor. Broken Roman glass
is shaped and holes drilled to upcylce Roman "trash" into useful beads. Each bead is unique with colors ranging
from blues. purples, greens and yellows. A sea green being the most common color. moat beads have an aged pattina on surface.
Temporarilystrung on cotton thread. You can see these beads were once the bottoms of bottles.