Coming Soon -- Vol. 33 BEADS: Journal of the Society of Bead Researchers
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Posted by: Karlis Post Reply
11/01/2021, 12:01:30

Volume 33 of BEADS: Journal of the Society of Bead Researchers is nearing completion and should be distributed later this month. If you are interested in obtaining a copy, please visit . The cost, including postage, is $20.00 US to addresses in the USA and Canada; $35 to overseas. Or, you can still purchase a 2021 SBR membership for $25 (USA and Canada) or $35 (overseas) and also receive the two digital BEAD FORUM newsletters which contain several articles and other bead-related material .

The journal contains the following articles (for abstracts, visit the current issue page):

Insight into the 17th-Century Bead Industry of Middelburg, the Netherlands, by Hans van der Storm and Karlis Karklins

From Qualitative to Quantitative: Tracking Global Routes and Markets of Venetian Glass Beads during the 18th Century, by Pierre NiccolÚ Sofia, translated by Brad Loewen

A Beaded Hair Comb of the Early Ming Dynasty, by Valerie Hector

Beadmaking during the 17th and 18th Centuries in Eu County, Normandy, by Guillaume KlaŽs, translated by Brad Loewen

Glass Beadmaking and Enamel Lampwork in Paris, 1547-1610: Archival and Archaeological Data, by …lise Vanriest, translated by Brad Loewen

A Chemical Comparison of Black Glass Seed Beads from North America and Europe, by Danielle I. Dadiego

The Chemistry of Nueva Cadiz and Associated Beads: Technology and Provenience, by Brad Loewen and Laure Dussubieux

Nueva Cadiz Beads in the Americas: A Preliminary Compositional Comparison, by Heather Walder, Alicia Hawkins, Brad Loewen, Laure Dussubieux, and Joseph A. Petrus

The Trade Beads of Fort RiviŤre Tremblante, a North West Company Post on the Upper Assiniboine, Saskatchewan, by Karlis Karklins

Plus a review of Philippe J. Kradolfer and Nomoda E. Djaba: The Art of Recycled Glass Beads, by Floor Kaspers

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