String of burmese exhumation purple color small beads【 free shipping】【AB15010-1】

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Excavated unique article!

It is a string of semi-clear purple-colored at all small beads of Indian Pacific considered that it was made in about 7-13 centuries excavated from the Burmese outskirts (Myanmar) origin. It is a splendid color and the gem of the atmosphere. It is the tasteful string only by the excavated article. When various hues are mixed when they shade light, you can check it. The state is almost good.

■The product details ■
・Full length: about 66cm (only as for the beads part)
・The size of the piece: 2.0X2.5mm (length X diameter of an average piece)
・Size of hall: 0.5~1.0mm
・Materials: Glass
・The guess country of origin of beads: India
・ the guess production generation of beads: 7-13 centuries

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