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This wonderful necklace is made out of hand forged raku fired irregular beads.
I named it Positano because the coupling of white n blue reminds me the design typical of Amalfi coast of wichic Positano is one of its most prestigious jewels.
The central element is an empty shell so thus to save weight and the rest are variously shaped from round to cylindrical to ovaloid disks.
Both the white and the blue are characterized by my beloved smoky gray and black that I certainly prefer to the usual raku iridescences for they look more earthy and organic.
I bet that many people will ask you if the blue ones are lapis lazuli because this happen regularly to me.
I simply strung the necklace on a blue cotton that ends with a buttonhole on one side and 1raku half sphere on both sides. When the blue sphere is tied to the white one, this will slightly hung down your neck and if you wear your hair up, it will be a point of attraction. That’s why I have secured the cotton string with a 925% silver tiny cylinder that gives a point of light.
It’s a princess size with its 44 cm length and weighs 114 gr.


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Raku ceramic necklace, bold organic, Blue Capri, smoky white craquelé

Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Materials: ceramic, cotton, silver
  • Ships worldwide from Thailand
  • Feedback: 17 reviews
  • Favorited by: 31 people