18th-19th century red beaded necklace


This reproduction red beaded necklace mimics the popular beaded necklaces worn by women and girls during the 18th and 19th centuries. This necklace can be worn as early frontier trading beads or as a substitute for Regency era coral necklaces. Our 18th-19th century red beaded necklace is an all- natural, eco-friendly, low impact, economical option that gives the look and feel of the jewelry of these bygone eras.

Material: Wood, *metal

Color: Deep Crimson red + antique gold

Length (including clasp): 17.5″

Necklace not suitable for small children.

1 in stock


The art and skill of jewelry and millinery making is historically a cottage industry. Prior to the Industrial Revolution, women and their children hand worked from home- hand crafting flowers, laces, and jewelry for market. Here at Maggie May Clothing, we are carrying on the traditional. My mother taught me to sew and now I am teaching my daughter. However, her interest lies in jewelry rather than sewing.

The necklaces found on our accessories page are made by my daughter. Each piece is reviewed for craftsmanship as she has learned that creating quality separates hand made from mass produced. And, she is learning about entrepreneurship as she gets to keep all the funds from her sales!

*All materials used in our reproduction jewelry originate from the United States and are lead and nickel free (unless otherwise noted in the description of the item).  All our jewelry is in compliance with California’s Lead-Containing Jewelry Law.

If you are allergic to metal, this jewelry should not be worn.

Additional information

Weight0.5 lbs
Dimensions6 × 4 × 3 in

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