This elegant necklace was woven together using 3 different bundles of imitation silk fibers - rich gold, deep red and gold metallic (with flecks of blue, pink, gold). An extra strong gold toned magnet end allows you to wear with no worry of it falling off. It measures 21” yet is amazingly light weight. By coiling the spirals you may make it a tighter braid, or tug lightly to stretch out a bit more.
This extraordinary necklace was woven together using metallic and imitation silk fibers. This unique necklace look is created by braiding together 12 different ‘bunches” of fiber in an “Off Balance” design technique. Altogether there are hundreds of strands that comprise this piece, leaving it luxurious yet flexible. By coiling the spirals you may make it a tighter braid, or tug lightly to stretch out a bit more.
Kumihimo is an ancient Japanese braid making technique that results in beautiful and strong interlaced cords. This art form goes back hundreds of years as braids were made for use in armor of Japanese samurai warriors. In modern times these braids are designed as obijime that are worn as a belt with a kimono.
Customized orders are welcomed - these braids can be made using Japanese Silks and various small (4-6mm) size pearls or semi-precious stones. Please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org.