Industry Information about Hobby ProductsBeads often consist of being a small round piece of material, such a glass, wood, or plastic. The industry of beads is linked to fashion. Bead making has become a major trend in the past three decades. Now a days bead jewelry can be made and sold by anyone. All one has to do is find a local craft store. For example, beads in Chicago and beads in Atlanta contribute to the industry's sale proliferation because of chains like Jo-Ann Fabrics and Crafts of Illinois and Michael's Arts and Crafts of Georgia. Along with craft stores, beads are available on the internet for convenience. Recent Trends in BeadsExotic material in beads are becoming more popular. As opposed to glass or diamond beads, bone and horn beads have made their way as being desirable throughout the world. Other beads, which are considered trade beads are those made in West Africa, by Africans. These beads are known as Mauritanian Kiffa Beads, Ghanaian, and Nigerian powder glass beads. Often beads are made to look more expensive, these types of beads are fake pearls or simulated rocks and minerals.Businesses in This CategoryThis category is primarily engaged in the production and sales of various types of beads, including material such as wood, bone, glass, or plastic.
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