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This design is a fusion piece, incorporating elements from Africa, Nepal, & China.

The hamsa, also known as hand of Fatima and protecting hand, has origins in the ancient middle east and North Africa. Layered behind the hand is a replica of a Bronze Age Shan Dynasty piece, made of yellow serpentine.

Beads are contemporary, great little etched agates with a tribal inspired geometric motif, and organic shaped agate slivers. Ive added some small stone spacer beads (almost a green blue and very pale) as spacers. Their pale blue is etched with rosy and salmon coral colored matrix. This combination allows them to blend in with the necklace and create the impression of color without being obvious.

The shades of this necklace are inspired by the beaches of our north eastern coasts. Dry and wet sand with a matte surface, kelp, wet shiny pebbles and puddles in the sand reflecting the sky above.

Transglobal Fusion, tribal Hamsa double strand necklace