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Etched carnelian beads

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POPULAR BEADS SHAPE: Melon, Long Teardrop, Etched Spike, Pine Cone Czech Glass Beads

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ETCHED Druzy Lava Stone Imitation Ovals, Teardrops, Lentils, Melons Czech Glass Beads

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"Daisy" - Steel Bearing w/ Red Carnelian Bead

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Etched carnelian beads are a type of ancient decorative beads made from carnelian with an etched design in white, which were probably manufactured by the Indus Valley civilization during the 3rd millennium BCE. They were made according to a technique of acid-etching developed by the Harappans, and vast quantities of these beads were found in the archaeological sites of the Indus Valley civilization.
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