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a long beaded necklace in wonderful earth tones color combination with taupe and rust vintage terracotta ceramic beads, black glass beads and oxidized sterling silver clasp

The bricks and the taupe pillows are high quality vintage Greek ceramic beads, made in the 1970s. They are contrasted with vintage black glass drums, drilled the short way. These glossy beads were made in Germany in the 1970s. The small black glass spacers are modern, made in the Czech Republic. The necklace closes with oxidized sterling silver end caps and toggle clasp. This necklace can be worn long or as double strand and will add just the right amount of pizazz to your restrainedly colored business suit, but looks as beautiful with your casual wardrobe. It matches many shades from neutral beige, taupe and tans to earthy oranges to browns and looks gorgeous with black. This is the second of a two pieces "limited edition" design.

Length: 102 cm / 40 1/8"
size of the taupe pillows: 12 x 11 x 5mm / 1/2" x 7/16" x 3/16"
weight: 80 grams, which is surprisingly leightweight for a long necklace

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Beaded Long Earth Tones Necklace Rust Taupe Black Rustic Terracotta Ceramic Cushion Beads Sterling Silver


  • Handmade item
  • Materials: ceramic beads, glass beads, vintage glass beads, sterling silver toggle clasp
  • Ships worldwide from Germany
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