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Inspired by the popular Conquest necklace, we proudly introduce the Archaic Series! This necklace features a jaw-dropping combination of antique ostrich egg shell beads and modern Czech glass seed beads. Accented by handmade ISWAS+WILLBE brass cubes, let this necklace satisfy your earthy moods while still remaining totally chic! Available in four colors, this listing is for the BONE WHITE version. See our shop for more options!

-26" long
-Limited edition
-Finished with a combination of American- and European-made products:
gold-filled clasp, sterling, aged brass, and waxed linen
-Lead and nickel free
-NOTE: The beads featured on this necklace are very unique; yours may very from the image provided

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-All orders come gift-wrapped in eco-conscious materials and use minimal packaging
-We ship internationally!
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The Archaic Necklace in Bone White- Antique Ostrich Shell and Hand Cut Raw Brass


  • Handmade item
  • Materials: czech glass seed beads, waxed linen, clasp, gold filled, spring ring, ostrich egg shell
  • Ships worldwide from United States
  • Feedback: 574 reviews
  • Favorited by: 47 people