A bracelet sized strand of 15 bicone Sandcast Beads strung on string 10″ long. The beads are 19×15 mm and are white with yellow at each end and teal and red flecks. These recycled glass beads were handcrafted in Ghana, Africa by crushing old, discarded glass, adding colorant and then pouring the powder into clay molds. The stem of a local plant is added, this burns away during firing, leaving a hole for stringing. The beads are fired in a wood burning earthen oven. Ghana is famous for this type of bead.
There are smaller beads with a similar design to this one as shown in the last photo..
There are also larger beads this same oatmeally colour as shown in the last photo..