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Tribal inspired, two-tiered necklace made of natural rope, dyed a beautiful sage green. Accented with rose gold rings and flat, hand hammered spikes.

Love the colors on this one! The green and rose gold set each other off perfectly and are super flattering together for you English roses.

It's made to be worn choker length (perfect with a button-up, tank or tube top), but a 5" extender chain gives you plenty of room for adjustment. The necklace itself is 17 inches long.

Also available in natural rope (off-white) with brass hardware: https://www.etsy.com/listing/104962012/rope-necklace-with-hammered-brass-spikes

Frequently asked questions about knobbly

All jewelry in my store is nickel-free and therefore is suitable for sensitive skin, as nickel is the usual culprit when cheap jewelry causes skin irritation. However, some people can only wear gold or surgical steel - in that case, please stay safe, as unfortunately my jewelry may not be suitable for you.
Ear shapes vary quite a bit, so this is a valid concern! I'd be happy to advise before you purchase if you'd like to send a picture of your ear via convo.
I do not stamp my silver jewelry. Stamping is work for a silversmith, and I'd rather not have to incorporate that into the item's price. I work with the most reputable casting houses in the country so I am confident in the quality of my materials! My casting house is listed in item descriptions.

Tribal Rope Necklace - Sage Green and Rose Gold Choker, Hammered Spikes


Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Materials: cotton rope, rose gold, spikes
  • Made to order
  • Ships worldwide from Israel
  • Feedback: 763 reviews
  • Favorited by: 24 people