The ELLE combines delicate, tiny, turquoise tube beads are stacked gracefully beside an incredibly, vibrant trifecta of faceted cut rubies in a blazing fuchsia color. The necklace is finished with tiny tassels of antiquity. The tassel chainmail charms are app. 60-80 years old from the Middle Eastern region, possibly the nomadic Bedouin peoples or Kuchi tribe. The jewels of the highest (AAA) grade. The beads are mounted in a simple, modern, asmmetric design with pure 14K Gold filled components and chain. The lobseter clasp is premium, with tension-back, closure to secure it in place.
The stones make a singular partnership, chosen for their shape and balance. Each gem is raw, natural, hand-cut and polished minimally to keep the integrity of the minerals. The merging of these fine details produce a distinctive piece.
Measurements (approximately from hook):
This necklace is carefully crafted with an asymmetric balance. The beads and tribal charms are carefully chosen for their antiquity and craftsmanship of their makers. Please note minor flaws or imperfections may appear within these hand-crafted beads or inclusions within the natural, raw gems. It's one aspect of their inherent beauty.
The list encompasses history, as well as scientific details, and meta-physical healing qualities inherent to the metals, gems & beads on your piece. All accessory and jewelry items are shipped securely inside BINC bodyBAUBLES signature, keepsake storage satchel made of inimitable, repurposed materials. The packaging doubles as thoughtful and unique gift wrapping!
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Inspiration for this and much of my work is generated from an ethnological appreciation of different cultures. My design esthetic is influenced by primitive tribal jewelry and artifacts' as tiles, pottery, textiles, garments, and the colors and hues within all of them. I relish the ornate details within ancient weaponry and armor and am fortified by history of all genres. I find foods and herbs from different lifestyles throughout the world endlessly stimulating. I'm encouraged everyday by family, music, architecture, nature, and the ecosystems within.
One of my favorite things to do is to go to the Metropolitan Museum of Art in the NYC with my amazing eight-year-old son. He now has a love and fondness for the museum experience that is growing close to his mommy's.
. . . thank you for letting me share myself with you!
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