Known as “jatim” beads, these monochromatic glass spheres are believed to have been produced in East Java sometime during the end of the first millennium BCE. These large & early Indonesian beads were predominantly made in a few colors -red/brown, yellow, green & blue. Often dulled & matte from years of existence, the practice of polishing & soaking in coconut oil brings them back to life.
average size bead is 20mm -hole diameter is 4mm
price is per bead