The World in a Bead: The Murano Glass Museum’s Collection, by Augusto Panini, reviewed by Karlis Karklins. Wild Beads of Africa, by Billy Steinberg (editor) and Jamey Allen (text), reviewed by Joyce Holloway. A Bag Worth a Pony: The Art of the Ojibwe Bandolier Bag, by Marcia G. Anderson, reviewed by Richard Green. Ancient Egyptian Beads, by Nai Xia, reviewed by Karlis Karklins.
The Society of Bead Researchers is a non-profit scientific-educational corporation founded in 1981 to foster historical, archaeological, and material cultural research on beads and beadwork of all materials and periods, and to expedite the dissemination of the resultant knowledge. Membership is open to all persons involved in the study of beads, as well as those interested in keeping abreast of current trends in bead research.
"Book Reviews and End Matter."
BEADS: Journal of the Society of Bead Researchers
29: 86-90. Available at:
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