R. K. L.
March 1983
Ornament;Mar83, Vol. 6 Issue 3, p53
The article focuses on the authenticity of ancient beads. The author shows an example of ancient beads which was purchased from Israel for two thousand dollars during 1979 accompanied with dealer's certificate of authenticity. It discusses that the price of the beads in the strand will be worth double in the U.S. Information on the beads used are also discussed.


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