my instinct says Indonesia because of the yellow bands at either end of some of them, and that they were copying shapes and pattern styles recognisable as Venetian ...
i would love to have just one or two!
Search for BeadWorldSeattle on Etsy - they have some singles for sale for $6 each.
described as: Large Feather Bead Green Red Yellow - Boho Bohemian Jewelry
..., however, they are clearly reproductions or new beads. The strands are presented like West African beads—so an Indonesian origin would surprise me a bit. I would sooner expect them to be from India. But the beads seem to be too-well-made to be Indian. (Howver, Indian work has improved in recent years.)
Note that "millifiori" is misspelled.
The decision to place turquoise-blue or yellow bands around the ends is an unexpected choice. (Note the ends are being called "tips.") This is something seen in reproductions of ancient beads. But I do not associate it with Indonesia. I would stab at a guess and suspect Syria.
Recall that as early as 2008 (when I first saw them in Thailand) a new series of combed beads was being hawked as "ancient beads" and "from Afghanistan." I bought one at Tucson in 2019—and was told it was "made in Afghanistan"—which I did not believe. I don't know what their origin might be. BUT, noting these are also new combed beads (with feather patterns), I wonder if there is some association (?). And so I wonder if they might be Syrian (?).