Seaweed Silk Multi Strand Necklace

$49.00

Description

Every Tabitha piece is ethically made in Phnom Penh, Cambodia. Created using traditionally hand-dyed and hand-woven silk (a Cambodian specialty), their creation provides employment, training, and the perpetuation of local artisan skills.

Please note: due to the hand-dying process, beautiful colour variations occur between batches. The product you receive may vary slightly from the colours shown here.

 

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SIZE

Beaded section: 40cm long (longest strand)

Woven tie: 28cm long, each

These necklaces are adjustable! Simply tie in a large bow for a short necklace sitting just below the throat, or make a small knot to wear low, below the collarbones.

Interior beads are made from plastic to ensure a light, yet sturdy necklace.

ABOUT THE MAKERS

The Tabitha Foundation works with silk weavers in the Takeo Province, and sewers from displaced communities in Phnom Penh. Every worker is paid a fair price for their goods and skills, and offered access to training programs.

For more info, please see our Terms & Conditions.

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