Super ethnic and primitive, this exotic necklace could have just been unearthed at the latest archaeological dig. Old trade beads and an ancient looking Ivory Coast disc pendant give this museum-style necklace a mysterious and historical aura. The yellow beads are referred to as
beads and are very rare beads from as early as the 1400’s. They were made in the city of Hebron (one of the oldest cities in the world), located in the Hebron West Bank. They are made of opaque glass and are thought to have used salt from the Dead Sea as their alkali. They were used as trade beads and were actually found in Africa. They show their age and use well and imagining the hands they’ve touched and the places they’ve seen will take your mind traveling. The soulful brass disc was handmade in Cote d'Ivoire, Africa by skilled artisans who use the age-old method termed lost wax. Check out the Tribal Charm Bracelet that complements this rustic designer necklace.
- Turkish glass Hebron beads
- African brass
- Ivory Coast brass disc
- Dutch gold resin
- Heavy-duty antique brass chain
* I make every piece of jewelry myself with gemstones and natural materials I get from all over the world. Due to the nature and availability of the materials, each piece of jewelry will vary slightly from the original. Every piece will be equally beautiful and every piece is an original work of art.