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06/27/2017 09:36 PM
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BOX LOT MACRAME/BOOKLETS/ACCESSORIES
Age. 1970s
Composition. See below
Size. Varies
Rating: 9 – 8
Comments. Get ready to relive those 70s with this lot of vintage macramé items. There are beads made of wood, ceramic and even glass some of which is still in their unopened original packages. There are small shells, some of which are already strung, metal rings and even an unopened roll of 200 yards of 6 mm macramé cord. The beads are in shape of butterflies, an owl, some with design made of ceramic and others made of colorful glass. It even includes books as well as photocopies of projects to make. It even has a pair of unused crewel projects still in their original pack everything is in good shape with normal use wear and minor soiling. Get ready to get creative and relive those 70s using this lot.

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