Incredible India Necklace
We are diverse even in the little things we do everyday. Yet we are knit together so close, joining in the happiness of one another.
This unique necklace is a vibrant collage of beads I handcrafted from art paper. The pendant beads are in shades of brown, gold and red, featuring an eclectic mix of patterns. No two beads are the same.
The pendant is strung through an earthy brown waxed cotton cord. The necklace has a naturally oxidised hand formed sterling silver hook for closure.
The paper bead pendant is 2 inches (5 cm) long and 2.2 inches (5.5 cm) wide. The necklace measures 16 inches (41 cm) long. If you wish to have a different length, just let me know in the “Order notes” while you check out.
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This necklace is part of my ‘Incredible India’ collection, cherishing the culture and diversity of my homeland. View the entire collection : http://bit.ly/2BbHv2e.
The paper beads are protected using a sealant which allows the jewelry to be sweat and splash proof. However, they should not be immersed in water. Read detailed care instructions here.
All items will arrive in beautiful handcrafted gift boxes, ready for gift giving.
Beautiful earrings! Arrived in a lovely package and will be a wonderful gift for my mother.
Thanks for the earrings and solid packaging! They are very cute and colorful!
Beautiful earrings! Vibrant & more colorful in person-I just really love these!
Beautiful! Got so many compliments on my earrings – shopping now for my next purchase! =)
Beautiful and excellent craftsmanship! My wife loves her new gift. Thank you so much PaperMelon!!!!
I recently bought these earrings. It is really so hard to believe that they are created out of paper waste given its flawless finish and design😍😍😍. A big shout- out to the founder of Papermelon, Devi Chand, who single-handedly created this beautiful piece👏👏👏.
I loved how beautifully the earrings were packed and delivered to me. I believe, more than a product, it’s the story behind it that matters. Papermelon understands the concept well and presents it just the right way.