A strand of about 64 soft grey seed beads that are natural and light. The beads are strung on fishing wire about 24″ in length and the beads themselves are about 8mm in diameter. Please note that the length of the strand and the beads themselves vary slightly from strand to strand.
These beads are seeds collected by the Zulu tribe in South Africa. Called “Imfibinga” seeds,” they are also sometimes called “Job’s Tears,” or River Stones. The seeds come in soft natural grey colors, and they are perfect for making jewelry, decorating, and even for wearing as is (though as they are strung on fishing wire it would be good to restring them).
These beads have traveled far .. first from S. Africa to Ghana and then on to Canada!