A strand of Kakamba Prosser Beads about 23″ long. The glass beads are about 6 mm in diameter. These are great spacer beads. An assortment of colours. You will receive a strand similar to the strands shown. There are variations between strands. There are slightly larger beads similar to these .. see here.
Prosser beads are by extension any beads made by the ‘Prosser’ technique, invented by the Prosser brothers in 1840 in England for the purpose of making buttons. The process consists of molding a cold paste under great pressure and then firing it. Prosser Beads were distinct from other European trade beads in that they were produced in a great variety of colors, and were also translucent. They were received particularly well in the town of Kakamba in the Republic of the Congo – hence the name Kakamba Prosser Beads.