Liu, Robert K.
June 1984
Ornament;Summer84, Vol. 7 Issue 4, p29
A follow-up article to an article previously printed in the journal on DZi beads is presented. According to the author, there has been a continuing interest is this unique type of ornament. The article states that it is not determined whether the plastic copies of such beads are European originals or not.


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