The centerpiece is a bi-cone, hexagonal pelangi bead from Java. 5 cm long. Hidden inside, because the hole of the bead is large are some green Indo-Pacific beads. From the center is a red barrel bead from China, and an interesting olive green bead whose maker left with air bubbles trapped in the glass. Maybe 1920's or 30's. These are followed by a collection of old Balinese silver beads interspersed by faceted green glass beads from the 20's or 30's.
l>The tie bead by which the necklace's length can be modified is an archeological bead of blue-black glass from Africa, Possibly over 1000 years old