Fragments of windows, bottles, and other cast off pieces of glass get a renewed life in these weighty beads, handcrafted by members of Ghana’s Krobo tribe. The pieces are ground into a powder, poured into handmade clay molds, and fired in an outdoor kiln. The result is a rustic, upcycled bead—or bodum—with the sand-cast texture of sea glass. Here, ocean-colored beads alternate with clear glass discs, strung on generous elastic to fit most wrists. As each bead is handcrafted using recycled materials, please accept small variations as evidence of its one-of-a-kind story.