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Stiffened black geometric lace and brass triangle plates compose this structural statement necklace. Bold and angular, it is inspired by the structure of the Geodesic dome created by Buckminster Fuller for Montreal's expo '67.

Chevron shaped and made up of what appears to be black sticks that form triangles (part of which are filled with brass plates) you may wonder where the traditionally delicate lace comes in... well much to most's surprise, it's the structural ingredient... a bit of irony...

Adjustable in the neck with lobster clasp and chain.

Credits for photo on model :
Photography by Julie Artacho
Make-up & hair by Catherine LeMay, Agence Gloss Artistes
Tamara Bavdek

Lace geometric necklace - Geoplate - Black with gold

$71.03 USD
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Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Materials: lace, brass triangle plates, gold plated chain
  • Made to order
  • Feedback: 526 reviews
  • Ships worldwide from Canada
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