Most modern bone beads are made from cow or sheep or camel bones and are a byproduct of the food industry.

Where do bone beads come from?

Most modern bone beads are made from cow or sheep or camel bones and are a byproduct of the food industry. In fact they have always been a part of the food chain. Today most bone beads come from Indonesia where they are made by made hand in small factories and private homes.

What is batik bone?

Many of our bracelets and jewelry are made from batik bone beads…. Batik bone beads are made from the bones of agricultural animals like the cow or camel. They are bleached using a simple dye and heat process. Some others are darkened by age. Designs would be carved into the bones. Apr 6, 2013

What are white bone beads?

African bone beads come from Ghana, Africa. The design on the black and white bone beads is created through a dying method known as “batik”, which is a wax relief process.

What is batik bone?

It was originally a means to apply patterns to cloth and was adopted by African tribes to apply to beads to and accessories often symbolic of higher social status. Batik bone beads are made from the bones of agricultural animals like the cow or camel. They are bleached using a simple dye and heat process. Apr 6, 2013

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