New York, West Bloomfield. Factory Hollow Site. Polychrome red and black glass beads. Large, nearly round red and black glass cane beads with large stripes of white, blue, and red. 1590-1615. 1cm by 12mm
New York, West Bloomfield. Factory Hollow Site. Fused polychrome beads. Large, nearly round red glass cane beads fused together by being tumbled while they were still hot and pliable. 1590-1615. Average 2.5cm by 1cm
New York, West Bloomfield. Factory Hollow Site. Star or chevron beads. Round blue, green, or red polychrome glass cane beads with a star like cross section at their ends. All have a core made up of successive layers of clear white, red, and white glass which has the appearance of having been put through a milling machine. 1590-1615. 8mm by 7mm
New York, West Bloomfield. Factory Hollow Site. Polychrome glass beads. A portion of a necklace of mixed polychrome glass beads ranging in size from seed beads to 8mm. Included are melons, stars, and gooseberry. 1590-1615. 3mm to 8mm
New York, West Bloomfield. Factory Hollow Site. White glass seed beads. A string of white glass cane seed beads, some have clear glass cores. 1590-1615. Dimensions: 2mm to 3mm by 3mm for seed beads, and 7mm by 4mm for oval beads
New York, Avon. Dutch Hollow Site. Polychrome bead necklace. A mixture of large polychrome cane beads mostly red, black, and blue with white, red and black stripes. Prominent in the necklace are two "gooseberry" beads are clear glass with interior white stripes.
1600-1625. Dimensions of "gooseberry" bead are 8mm by 8mm
New York, Avon. Dutch Hollow Site. Polychrome bead necklace. A portion of a necklace of large mixed polychrome cane beads including blue with white stripes, red star (chevron), and "gooseberry" beads. 1600-1625.
Dimensions are 8 mm x 8 mm to 1 cm x 1 cm for the blue and white beads.
New York, West Bloomfield. Warren Site. Round blue glass beads. A portion of a necklace of round blue glass cane beads, some with white stripes. The round blue bead had one of the longest runs of popularity of all trade beads, appearing as early as 1550, and lasting right up to 1700. 1615-1635. 5mm by 8mm to 9mm.
SMOKER'S COMPANION: An iron combination tool consisting of caol tongs, striker and a tobacco tamper. Approximate age is from 1670 to 1687. Location- Boughton Hill Site, Victor, New York. Dimension of this tool are 9 cm. by 4 cm.