Mauritanian "Amber" Singles

This classic and much sought-after amber from the Sahara Desert makes delightful lightweight pendants. The traditional 4-corner/diamond shapes are said to have originally been carved by early craftsmen to imitate locally popular stone beads.

30 x 30 x 20 mm T-L
ATB 523-78   20

29 x 25 x 18 mm T-L
ATB 523-80   22

20 x 26 x 24 * T-L
ATB 523-81   48

21 x 24 x 20 mm
ATB 523-82   12

21 mm sphere T-L
ATB 523-83   12

18 mm sphere T-L
ATB 523-84   10

30 x 27 x 19 mm T-L
ATB 523-70   20

29 x 26 x 18 c/d T-L
ATB 523-71   20

29 x 28 x 16 mm
ATB 523-72   24

19 x 17 x 11 mm T-L
ATB 523-75   16

21 x 17 x 12 mm T-L
ATB 523-76   16

16 x 18 mm
ATB 522-30   10

17 x 18 x 12 mm T-L
ATB 522-31   10

21 x 23 x 14 mm T-L
ATB 522-34   12

24 x 25 x 17 mm T-L
ATB 522-35   14

27 x 28 x 10 mm T-L
ATB 522-36   20

17 x 24 mm
ATB 522-41   14

20 x 28  Bicone  T-L
ATB 522-43   20

17 x 30 mm
ATB 522-44   18

21 x 31 mm
ATB 522-45   16

30 x 29 x 22 mm
ATB 522-47   20

30 x 29 x 20 mm
ATB 522-48   20

30 x 30 x 21 mm T-L
ATB 522-49   22

33 x 29 x 18 mm T-L
ATB 522-50   22

29 x 30 x 20 mm
ATB 522-53   18

33 x 33 x 22 mm
ATB 522-58   18

21 x 31 mm
ATB 522-61   18

20 x 31 mm T-L
ATB 522-62   20

26 x 34 mm T-L
ATB 522-63   22

26 x 36 mm
ATB 522-64 20

26 x 36 mm T-L
ATB 522-65   22

24 mm Sphere
ATB 522-05   18

28 x 21 mm
ATB 522-14   12

17 x 12 x 10 mm
ATB 522-16   14

22 x 15 mm T-L
ATB 523-07   14

13 x 17 mm
ATB 523-09   12

33 x 28 x 17
ATB 523-14   20

17 x 24 mm
ATB 523-18   22

31 x 21 mm T-L
ATB 523-20   22

35 x 26 mm T-L
ATB 523-24   24

26 x 14 mm T-L
ATB 523-26   18

28 x 25 x 14 mm T-L
ATB 523-27   20

29 x 28 mm T-L
ATB 523-39   24

34 x 30 mm T-L
ATB 523-53   22

29 x 27 x 17 T-L
ATB 250-66   22

ATB 523-81 * T-L = Early heavyweight cube 24 grams
Note: c/d = also cross drilled from side to side  T-L = Translucent beads showing beautiful internal patterning, very similar to that of Baltic Amber, when viewed in front of a light source.
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Beads with lines across their  surfaces are not broken beads, these are natural fault lines within the material. Measurements shown are the end to end length of the stringing hole ( running from the top to the bottom of the bead in most pictures ) x the width x the thickness of the bead.

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