Spindle Whorl Singles 2

Spindle whorls, made from Clay and Stone, found in the Dogon area of Mali
and used as weights for traditional cotton spinning.  Somewhat fragile but very interesting.
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Examples have been found that were in use before 1,000 BC. The individual original patterns are still visible on many of these beads despite their previous long term usage.
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For those of you who would like to buy single examples for use in spinning or for display, we offer these superb selected examples with clearly visible and uniquely hand-carved patterns.
To read some interesting information on their use in spinning ... click
HERE
and for a superb YouTube Video demonstration .. click
HERE

Special antique / ancient designs

37 x 33
ATB 369-84   8

29 x 33
ATB 369-86   6

24 x 28
ATB 369-90   6

26 x 28
ATB 369-91   5

21 x 21   Sold
ATB 368-43   5

22 x 26   Sold
ATB 368-69   6

Early 24 x 29
ATB 368-84   6

27 x 35
ATB 369-02   6

30 x 30
ATB 369-06   6

24 x 31
ATB 369-07   6

20 x 30
ATB 369-13   6

18 x 27
ATB 369-16   6

28 x 35
ATB 369-17   6

31 x 33
ATB 369-18   6

29 x 32
ATB 369-20   5

26 x 31
ATB 369-21   6

30 x 30
ATB 369-22   5

24 x 31
ATB 369-26   6

26 x 28
ATB 369-28   5

25 x 27
ATB 369-31   5

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