Trade Beads No.7, Blue & Amber. Trade beads were used by European explorers as they traders in new territories between the 16th and 20th century. Trade beads have been found in Africa, United States, Canada, South America and Europe. The bead jewellery was mixed and colourful and came from Venice and other parts of Europe. In much earlier times beads were used as status symbols in the burials of Celts and Vikings. $27.00au, more at website.
The game-winning flavor combination of sweet jam and savory bacon on these Bacon Jam RITZ Toppers will score a taste touchdown with your friends and family. This fun snack recipe takes football tailgate food into new territory.
Lucia Cuba, Artículo 6, from the series Artículo 6: Narratives of gender, strength and politics (2012-2014): Cotton canvas, thread, digital printing, hand & machine sewing. Courtesy of the artist. Peru. Photo by Erasmo Wong Seoane.
The Snake by Francois Roche/ New Territories in Paris