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Establishment: Beads of Necessity - Location
Written By: Ellen Million (Writer)
A shop that sells specialized beads, fine embroidery thread, cords, wire and other decorative supplies.
 
 

Name: The Beads of Necessity
Location: Affamarg, on Montage Promenade
Owner (if known):  Effa
Service: A shop that sells specialized beads, fine embroidery thread, cords, wire and other decorative supplies.
Rating (necessity, desire or luxury - or a combination): Mixed desire and luxury class.
Details: The Beads of Necessity is a small niche shop, specializing in fancy beads and decorative supplies. It has a modest selection of desire class beads in glass and crystal, and a glittering display of luxury class beads by master carvers, glassworkers and gemcutters, as well as historical pieces (some from before the Upheaval!), gathered from all over the Empire.

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