Cultured pearl and brass beaded necklace, 'Three Sisters' - Three Sisters Pearl Necklace Curate

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Three Sisters Three Sisters Pearl Necklace

The night bazaar in Thailand's cultural capital of Chiang Mai bustles with... more

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The night bazaar in Thailand's cultural capital of Chiang Mai bustles with creative energy. Artisans and food sellers cover several city blocks, and many artisans keep studios nearby. One such studio is run by three young sisters, whose resemblance is so striking they're often mistaken for triplets. There they hand-string cultured pearls and gold-tone brass beads to create this romantic triple-strand necklace.

  • 91 grams
  • 0.2 lbs
  • Length: 45.7 cm min L - x 50.8 cm max L
  • Length: 18" min L - x 20" max L

  • Cultured pearl, gold-tone brass beads
  • Lobster claw clasp
  • Adjustable
  • Free Jewelry Packaging? Yes
  • Premium Jewelry Gift Box? Yes
  • Made in Thailand.
  • Ships fast from USA.

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