1.5" Hairpipe Red Plastic 100ct per Bag

Driftstone

$ 7.50 
SKU: 48413
Availability: 5 in stock

Hairpipe history is long in North America. Thousands of years before Hairpipe became popular, tube-shaped beads, often tapered at both ends, were used as decorative elements by the Native Americans of North America. Later, they were made into necklaces, chokers and most strikingly, into breastplates. The increase in demand for Hairpipe led to the need for a less expensive, more durable material. In the later 19th century, plastic hairpipe became the material of choice.