A strand of 78 Sandcast Recycled Glass Beads strung on raffia 34″ long. The beads are around 10 mm but vary and are a mix of colours; green, yellow, white and red. 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 woodburning earthen oven. Ghana is famous for this type of bead.