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There are so many beautiful old Tibetan pieces on this necklace that I'll begin with the largest piece in the center. It is oxidized brass with inlaid red and green glass in an infinity pattern. It has long dangles and measures 3" long by 2" wide. There are two old copper Tibetan coins that have been hammered, domed and connected with brass. There ae three very old relics in stone in varying sizes with a wonderful patina. I have never seen these before and I collect a lot of Tibetan treasures. All are hung on a hand forged brass elongated circle. I have tied black suede to the circle for a touch of primitive and hung 3 brass circles the same as those used in the chain. The entire pendant is 4" long by 3-1/2" wide. I also added a large old amber and silver Tibetan bead for asymmetrical flair. The necklace is 21" in length. This is a statement wearable art necklace that is gorgeous on. One only of course.
Quantity: Product ID# 42542
I design one-only jewelry - necklaces, bracelets, rings,and earrings using gemstones, metals, antiques, vintage discoveries, leather, fabric, found objects, feathers, wood and whatever else I think will add a touch of whimsey or drama to a piece. My inspiration has always been myth and legend with African, Asian and Celtic influences. ...read more