Strung wooden beads, and adorned with a horse hair tassel.
Worry beads or kombolói, is a string of beads manipulated with one or two hands and used to pass time in Greek and Cypriot culture. Unlike the similar prayer beads used in many religious traditions, including the Greek Orthodox komboskini, worry beads have no religious or ceremonial purpose.
At their longest small worry beads are 27" long, medium worry beads are 46" long, and large worry beads are 68" long.
Materials: wood, pigment, horse hair, and thread/wire.