Gold, red and fuchsia make black anything but basic in this piece of textile jewelry
This piece can be worn as a necklace or wrapped several times around the wrist as a bracelet. A two-in-one design, this combination is great for travel: go from bracelet to necklace and back again.
This colorful bracelet/necklace reflects the vivid city It’s named for, Jaipur, the largest city in Rajasthan in northern India. Soft cording is embellished with tightly wrapped gold threads with accents of red; a fuchsia dyed cotton tassel is the centerpiece. Riversong’s designs are informed by exotic cultures and locales, they also directly source their products from fair trade suppliers ensuring the highest quality and most ethical methods. This bracelet/necklace measures 26-28″ long with a 24-karat gold over sterling silver hook closure.
With a past rooted in organic farming, it’s no surprise that Riversong jewelry owner and designer, River Burke, is inspired by organic forms and a reverence for the earth. Supporting fair trade business practices, stones are ethically sourced worldwide and cut by a generations-long family of stonecutters in India. Based in Seattle, Washington, Riversong jewelry reaches far and wide in its artistry and innovation.
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