A friend of mine who grew up in Turkey asked me to give new life to strings of coral she had inherited from her mother. The beads are stunning. You can still pick up bits and pieces within that show the natural coral patterns. I brought in color tones from jewelry I saw all over India; including some...
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by Antiquity Travelers
on May 23, 2011
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