10 Early Cherokee Indian Stone Trade Beads Pisgah Culture Good Patina 250 Yr Old


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Ancient Cherokee stone trade beads excavated from a site in Sylva NC. Many types of beads were traded for a long time by early civilizations. The Native American Indians had beads as part of their attire for centuries. These beads were made from shells, stone, wood, copper, bones and antler. Glass beads for trade were brought to the Native Indians by Lewis and Clark, the Vikings, Christopher Columbus, Spanish explorers among others. Most notably, glass beads were brought by Lewis and Clark to Idaho for the Native Indians as trade beads. Items made from shell beads were the ones that were used originally for trade for thousands of years. Bead art from the Native American societies consisted of belts, purses, jewelry and the like. Original beads were curved from antlers, hooves, sea shells and other common shells. Every buyer will receive 10 Indian trade beads. The material is stone. Good color and patina. From my grandfather's estate. Original period item. The pictures show the variety of beads being sold, your beads may slightly vary from the ones pictured. I combine shipping on all purchases made within 7 days of each other.  Now FREE SHIPPING on all domestic orders!!

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