African Record Disks with Irregular Silver beads
These record disks are actually stamped out of prerecord and come from Africa. The silver beads are handmade in Thailand
It’s unique and quite entertaining. This necklace utilizes African records that have been cut into 10mm disks. The disks are interlaced with sterling silver beads and punctuated with large sterling silver beads for contrast. These larger silver beads add a bit of geometric interest to the design by breaking up the repetitiveness of the black disks. This two strand necklace measures 16-17.5" in length. The strands are completed with a sterling silver clasp.This necklace is designed to be versatile enough to wear with jeans or in a casual sporty fashion. It is designed with a hint of ethnic culture, yet stylish enough to embrace trendy fashions. Hand knotted Also available in single strands
This necklace would be considered a "SKINTONE' necklace for someone with warm coloring. As such, it becomes an inherent piece and can be worn with anything. Skintone pieces are so flattering and it is really great to have a "go to piece" in your drawer. It is medium in scale. So if your features are of average size, this would be for you. If however, you are smaller or have smaller features, this could be a " statement" piece for you. Statement pieces are the big thing now - if you are using it as a statement piece, it will outlast the trend because it will always relate to you and your coloring - that is why we call it an inherent piece.HAND KNOTTED Length 18"
Irregular shapes of blue tiger's eye are mixed with silver plate etched beads in a variety of shapes, sterling silver clasp.The length is 22" and is HAND KNOTTED. This piece could be considered inherent for a blue eyed person and become a staple in their wardrobe.Tigereye is a quartz with rich yellow & brown stripes and a fine golden luster. This stone gets its name from its resemblance to the eye of a tiger.The blue in this stone gets its color from being heat treated. You can however, still see the golden striations in the stones. Roman soldiers reportedly wore tigereye for protection in battle, and the stone was thought to be all seeing due to its ocular appearance.