Ref 1957

Ref 1957
Ref 1957 Ref 1957 Ref 1957 Ref 1957 Ref 1957 Ref 1957 Ref 1957 Ref 1957 Ref 1957
Ref 1957

Availability: SOLD

  • Butterscotch natural amber pendant in a triangular shape,(5 cm x 4 cm x 16.8 mm deep);  But oh so light and in a delicious glowing colour;

  • It hangs on tiny, etched silver beads (2.2 mm) made by the Karen hill tribes in Thailand;

  • Two woven silver boxes (15.5 mm) are also made by the Karen hill tribes.

  • Karen hill tribe Fair Trade silver is nearly 98% pure silver; each piece is like a miniature bit of sculpture, individually crafted and created;  Artisans in Northern Thailand produce this unique silversmithing in small villages, involving whole families in the process;  Their work is fairly paid, and as a result, their beads are much more expensive; But it means a family is supported and wonderful beads and jewellery are produced in high quality silver

  • Two slices of cognac colour natural amber (approx. 5.5 mm x 19 mm);

  • Two vintage, carved, burnt nephrite jade cylinders (20.9 mm x 24.9 mm);

  • Two large octagonal, silver on hardened resin beads (23.8 mm), have been traditionally crafted in Afghanistan;

  • Polished onyx discs ( 24.8 mm) and coconut discs ( 20 mm);

  • Two transparent, cognac toned, liquid looking amber nuggets, (varying in size, but roughly 20 mm x 28 mm);

  • Two hammered silver wide discs ( 16.9 mm x 9 mm) made by the Karen tribes;

  • Two interestingly shaped beads of silver from South Korea (16.8 mm x 24 mm);

  • Two mat onyx breads (14 mm) and (7 mm)

  • Karen hill tribe silver toggle clasp, using twisted silver wire to make a rope design; Toggle clasps are easy to use and secure; My silver name label is attached at the clasp;

  • Length 44 cm with 5 cm pendant drop;