Tag Archives: Ghana Beads

About Sand Cast Beads

Sand cast beads are also referred to as powdered glass beads and feature glass beads crafted by hand. These beads were popularly used as currency during trade in West African countries such as Ghana. Sand cast beads are made in a process which has bead makers grinding up bottles or other scrap glass to produce recycled beads. These are then fired in clay molds at a relatively low temperature in order to give the beads texture. Sand cast beads are available in beautiful colors such as blue and may be strung bead to bead to produce beautiful strands on raffia.

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User Gallery – The Family Jewels

Photos courtesy of Jan Goldman – The Family Jewels

Strands contain Tabular Brass Beads, Ghana Beads, Heishi Beads and Coptic Crosses.

Want to show off beads that you purchased from us?  No problem.  E-mail us pictures at store@rexbeads.com

 

User Gallery – Kimberly’s Blessings

Photos courtesy of Kimberly Standiford – Kimberly’s Blessings

Strands contain Ghana Beads, White Hearts, Batik Bone Beads, Kakamba Beads, Krobo Beads, Padre Beads, Russian Blue Beads, and Many More.

Want to show off beads that you purchased from us?  No problem.  E-mail us pictures at store@rexbeads.com

User Gallery – Gigi & James

Photos courtesy of Jamie Anderson – Gigi & James

Strands contain Padre Beads, Ghana Glass Beads, Olumbo Beads, White Hearts and Bembe Cote Beads.

Want to show off beads that you purchased from us?  No problem.  E-mail us pictures at store@rexbeads.com