This variation on the original Mali Weds has a bold style, and with only four made it's a distinct edition to your wardrobe. The glass on this striking piece comes originally from Eastern Europe and was used in trade with West Africa over 200 years ago. Over time it became a traditional part of wedding ceremonies in Mali - therefore the name "Mali Weds." Combined with subtly detailed Indian silver.
Indian brass and natural turquoise are interspersed in this versatile piece. Wear solo as a necklace or bracelet, or in perfect combination with the Elegant Egypt and other statement pieces. Also works well with our whole brass line.
This standout combines faceted yellow chalcedony, vintage Tibetan turquoise encased in silver with Thai silver spacers. This one's sure to make an impression.
Nepalese brass and turquoise pendant, Indian brass. Can be layered with the Petite Kirsten for a more dramatic look. Matches beautifully with the Nepal Special earrings, as well as our whole brass line, many of our chain necklaces and the Nile series.
This is one of those necklaces we have a hard time keeping in stock: it's unique, a statement piece and lightweight. Bugbog seed, red dyed coral, Indonesian clasp.
Chrysoprase, one of our favorite stones and a similar tone to emerald, is mixed with Thai silver and tiny facets of garnet for a vibrant necklace that evokes the canopies we saw in Costa Rica.
A delicate combination of pyrite chunks and gold vermeil with a 14K gold filled clasp, this lovely necklace is adjustable between 15 1/4"-17 1/4" making it perfect for any neck. Pairs wonderfully with our entire Brass Line.
Also available at a very special price with matching pyrite Gemstone Earrings.
Mixed Filipino wood, Indonesian brass clasp. Wonderfully layered together, or striking solo.
This is an absolute studio favorite. A stunning combination of black spinell with a single cube of Sterling silver, this necklace is adjustable between 16"-19". Also available with matching silver spinell Gemstone Earrings.
A wonderful everyday wear, the Looking Glass combines faceted onyx with West German lucite from 1960. Simple, but striking.
The focus of this necklace are two antique Tibetan beads - one in gold and one in silver. When you look closer, you'll see that all the spacers combine these two metals, which mixed with the blue chalcedony and carnelian creates a uniquely beautiful work. Definitely worth a second glance.