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MULTI STRAND BROWN NECKLACES
Multi Strand Brown Necklaces -✿- By A Closet In Delirium and Novapsis

A collection of different beads are strung on a variety of different cords/ribbons/strings in this tangled brown necklace design. The variety of stringing materials in this layered necklace include crocheted silk, braided cotton, waxed cotton, organza ribbon, satin ribbon, satin cord, braided faux leather, faux suede, crocheted faux sinew, nylon and grosgrain ribbon. Beads include porcelain, acrylic, brown marble, coconut shell, zebra stone, red jasper, freshwater pearl and natural shell.

These multi strand brown necklaces close with a gunmetal finished toggle and are approximately 18" long (around) with about a 3" drop from the shortest to longest strands.



GIVING A GIFT?
Since all jewelry is delivered in a gift box, it will arrive ready for you to give in person or you can have it mailed directly to the recipient. If mailing directly to the recipient, you will have the option of adding a personalized note in the "Customer Message" box during checkout.  Your message will appear on the packing slip for the recipient (all packing slips are price-free).


$30.00 each

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Multi Strand Brown Necklaces -✿- By A Closet In Delirium and Novapsis
Multi Strand Brown Necklaces -✿- By A Closet In Delirium and Novapsis
 
All Novapsis jewelry is handmade by US Artisans, so each of these Multi Strand Brown Necklaces is truly unique.

 For these Brown Necklaces:
♪ A Note on Zebra Stone ♪
Zebra Stone is actually a trade name that is frequently used to refer to any stone that has zebra-looking stripes or comes from veins where such striped patterns are predominant (i.e. not every stone exhibits a typical stripe pattern). The variety most commonly used in this shop has reddish brown to pink shades that are a result of jasper and quartz combinations.

♪ A Note on Marble ♪
The characteristic swirls and veins of marble varieties are usually due to different mineral impurities such as clay, silt, sand, iron oxides or chert which were originally present as grains or layers in limestone. Green coloration is often due to serpentine resulting from originally high magnesium limestone. The temperatures and pressures necessary to form this metamorphic stone mobilize these various impurities and recrystallize them through the intense pressure and heat of the metamorphism.

♪ A Note on Coconut Beads ♪
Coconut Beads are sought after for their casual tropical appeal in modern jewelry making. They add a nice rustic or tribal touch to custom pieces when combined with other materials like gemstones or glass. Most coconut beads come from the Philippines where the resource is abundant and easily renewable.

♪ A Note on Natural Shell ♪
Seashell has been used to create jewelry dating back to the Stone Age.  Ancient cultures used seashells to adorn not only jewelry, but boats and even their dwellings. In tropical countries, many tribes used shells as money. Throughout history, architects and artists have incorporated shell motifs and symbolism into their work.

♪ A Note on Jasper ♪
Jasper is a variety of chert formed as primary deposits, found in or in connection with magmatic formations. Jasper is usually red but also occurs in black, yellow or even green (depending on the type of iron it contains). Jasper is typically opaque to near opaque.  Long used for jewelry and ornamentation, it has a dull luster but takes a fine polish.

♪ A Note on Freshwater Pearls ♪
Most cultured freshwater Pearls are composed entirely of nacre, just like their natural freshwater and natural saltwater counterparts. A small shell bead  is placed inside of mollusks to create the basis of the Pearl. Layers of nacre are secreted to coat the piece of shell to form a Pearl. It takes roughly 3 to 7 years for mollusks to produce a single Pearl, and the color of the Pearls varies depending upon the type of mollusk.
 
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