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Pearl & carnelian torsade necklace, 'River of Gold'

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The brilliant hues of carnelian and the radiance of cultured pearls are showcased on flowing strands of golden silk. Set with sparkling crystals, Anusara's necklace is lavish yet lighthearted to wear everywhere. Made in Thailand.

  • Lobster claw clasp
  • Natural stone - slight variations are to be expected
  • 18.9" L x 0.4" W
  • Weight: 0.35 oz
  • Pearl, carnelian and glass on silk
  • Offered in partnership with NOVICA, in association with National Geographic.

Ships directly from our partner office in Thailand. Please allow 2 to 3 weeks for delivery. This item is not available for express shipping and cannot be delivered to PO Boxes or APO/FPO.

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Recent reviews:

January 27, 2013 - This necklace is a masterful piece of artwork. The colors are brilliant and well coordinated. I am very happy with this purchase and proud to have given it as a gift.

Artisan: Anusara

Artisan Anusara

"Hi, my name is Anusara Konkam. I was born to a small but very warm family consisting of my father, mother, my older brother, and myself. I love art and nature. I consider myself a 'natural' woman, and I like to create embroidered works and grow flowers at home. When I was a child, I wove jasmine garlands to sell in the morning market, making them in my free time after school. I chose the most beautiful blooming jasmine blossoms. But first I had to finish my homework and reading before I was allowed to weave jasmine garlands. These garlands didn't bring a high price at the market, but my work helped my family to save money to support my studies.

"I feel love and pride for all of my artwork. I'm proud of my designs, proud of creating them, proud to wear them and proud to sell them. With some of my income, I'd like to help conserve the natural world and the original Northern Thai culture that I love. I don't want it to disappear. And I want to keep some of my income to help underprivileged children in my hometown, so as to give something back to my city. This place holds many things that have meant a lot to me for a very long time."

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