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Tribal, ethnic loom beaded lanyard/ neckpiece

KSh 2,750.00

This is a beautiful loom beaded lanyard that can double as a neckpiece too. The lanyard is designed to hold event cards, key chains or personalized pendants.

This Loom beaded lanyard is designed by Indian seed beads and a nylon twine, making it stylish, trendy and durable.

Our loomed tribal pieces can be customized to fit a theme or a color code for a social or corporate event the personalization can be in shapes and patterns.

Where did beading originate from?

Some of the earliest forms of beadwork were found at archaeological sites in Africa, Middle East and Sungir (present day Russia), but virtually all continents have extensive bead use histories.

The oldest beads were naturally punctured objects. These objects would range from stones, seeds, shells, animal teeth etc. Many of the earliest examples were found in Kenya and Turkey.

The earliest bead dates are debated between 300,000-100,000 B.C.E. and 43,000-38,000 B.C.E. So old! Each culture has its own specific techniques and prevalent designs, which make their work unique and beautiful.

Read A brief history of Beadwork .