Man in the Moon bead (reverse)

This bead, depicting a man-in-the-moon and two stars, shows vestigial impressions indicative of wire-mandrel wound technology. This method involves melting a rod of glass onto a revolving mandrel of straightened wire.  The accumulated blob of glass is then pressed flat, forming the disk-shaped bead.

This bead, depicting a man-in-the-moon and two stars, shows vestigial impressions indicative of wire-mandrel wound technology. This method involves melting a rod of glass onto a revolving mandrel of straightened wire.  The accumulated blob of glass is then pressed flat, forming the disk-shaped bead.

This bead, depicting a man-in-the-moon and two stars, shows vestigial impressions indicative of wire-mandrel wound technology. This method involves melting a rod of glass onto a revolving mandrel of straightened wire.  The accumulated blob of glass is then pressed flat, forming the disk-shaped bead.

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