An elvelope containing 11 small black and white photographs relating to the manufacturing of Poppit beads by the Chelton company in the 1950s. Measurement given is for one photograph. Poppit beads, made from injection moulded polyethylene, were popular in the 1950s. Each bead has a protruding stem with a ball finial on one side, and a corresponding socket in the opposite side. When pushed together, the beads form a continuous 'string' without the aid of a thread. This item forms part of the Plastics Historical Society (PHS) collection.