Saturday, April 23, 2011

She sells sea shells

This one-off neckpiece is made from recycled pieces of dyed abalone shell, mother-of-pearl, stainless steel and bone (which I found washed up on the sand - I think it's from some kind of seabird).
The length of the white double-strand mother-of-pearl "chain" is 35cms.
At its widest point the neckpiece is 14cms; and from the bone to the bottom of the necklace, it measures 15cms. It's a little bit Hawaii 5-O, a touch Papua tribesman and slightly Pocahontas. Unique, no?
And, more importantly, this lovingly handmade neckpiece is for sale!
If you are interested shoot me an email here, message me on Facebook, or leave a comment below.

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