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Español: Collar de abalorios creado con técnicas contemporáneas de bordado. Fue diseñado por Gale Bez y fabricado en 2006.
English: Contemporary application of seed bead embroidery techniques. Original design beaded broad collar by Gale Bez, created in 2006. Materials: Glass seed beads, fused glass cabochons, repoussee sterling silver, pressed glass beads, keishi pearl and hammered sterling wire clasp.
Date 26 July 2007 (original upload date)
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Author Original uploader was Jewlgurl at en.wikipedia
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