Bead mold

a species of fungus or mold, the stems of which consist of single cells loosely jointed together so as to resemble a string of beads.
- Knight.

See also: Bead

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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The other items included 304 cartons by 150 packets of imitation jewelry worth N36.5 million (declared as bead mold); a unit each of Toyota Avalon (N2.5 million) and MAN Diesel truck worth N8.5m; 1698 pieces of used tyres worth N8.5m; 952 cartons of rubber footwear and 140 cartons of rubber soles worth N13.4m.
Other than the single bead mold from Beth Shah, the only mold for an Egyptian faience item from Syria-Palestine known to me is represented by an Egyptian Bes mold from Tell el-Ajjul.