Shibori Necklace

You’ll love it because: Made from upcycled shibori silk, these vibrant, colourful necklaces look great on their own or layered to create a WOW effect!

Price:

$21.00

In stock

In stock

Description

Beautiful pieces of shibori, all dyed in natural jewel tones, are knotted into beads and then knotted again to make a long string necklace.

You can wear it as a single string, doubled-up into two strands or add many different coloured necklaces to create a vibrant, unique look. It’s completely eco-friendly and features the handiwork of Lao women artisans!

Due to the handmade nature of this product, it is only available in multi-colour fabrics. Please add comments on the checkout  if you have a preference for the color. We can offer: Purple, Pink, Black and Yellow.

Additional information

Weight100 g

Made by:

Mrs. Phet

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