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Asymmetrical Equilateral - Reversible, Handmade Ceramic Bead Necklace

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The Asymmetrical Equilateral necklace was built by combining a pair of original, handmade ceramic beads with simple, silver chains. Each bead was hand-cut and smoothed from a slab of speckled brownstone clay. One bead has been glazed in a matte-finish bright red and another in bright yellow, with a contrasting glossy white on the back side and were kiln-fired. The bead combination is worked together and suspended with combination of jump rings and silver chains with a toggle closure. Because the bead are glazed on both sides, this necklace can be worn in reverse with a simpler, monotone palette. This is a one-of-a-kind, totally unique piece of jewelry. No two pieces will ever be the same.

Pendant Size: 3.5" tall, approximately, from top of triangle one to bottom of triangle two (each triangle is 1" tall)
Necklace Chain: 22" circumference, approximately

Total Necklace Length (from back of neck): Approximately 12.5"


All artwork shown is copyright ©2011 Indie Danielle Harris. By purchasing this art you agree that the artist retains all copyrights to the image/artwork/design. You also agree not to reproduce, copy, or redistribute this image/artwork/design.

Asymmetrical Equilateral - Reversible, Handmade Ceramic Bead Necklace


Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Materials: handmade beads, ceramic beads, double chain, silver plated chain, silver chain, silver toggle, triangle bead, red glaze, yellow glaze, clay, speckled brownstone, stoneware
  • Ships worldwide from United States
  • Feedback: 16 reviews
  • Favorited by: 3 people