FOREVER21 TRADE BEADS

melted and reformed plastic necklaces from Forever21
(2011)

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Comment by Ali Amaro on March 5, 2013 at 11:04am

At first glance I never would have guessed the true origin of the material! They are totally transformed and look like antique trade beads. I work a lot with African trade beads and this definitely caught my attention.

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