Ghala Short Necklace

Regular price $145.00 NZD
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The combination of wood, metal and cord creates a statement, eye-catching necklace that is super lightweight and easy to wear. The contrast of the polished metal against the naturally coloured wooden blocks ensures the Ghala Short Necklace stands out on any outfit.

  • Parrot clasp closure
  • Nickel-free
  • Lightweight and easy to wear
  • Statement piece with double layer
  • Drop length 20.5cmåÊ

Material

Wood beads, metal beads, polyester cord

This piece is made using a combination of materials including wood, metal and a polyester cord. We use a variety of techniques to make the metal pieces, include casting, polishing and high-quality plating. The result is a super light, fine finish.

The metal used in ELK jewellery is nickel free and meets the EU REACH standards.

Wood is a renewable and biodegradable material.

Maker

This piece is handmade in Cebu, Philippines by a family-owned workshop called Earthworks‰Ûøwho have collaborated with ELK since 2004. We have a wonderful relationship with the owner, Christine, who has become an (unofficial) part of our family. She runs an incredible business with a team made up mostly of women, with some great skills training and health program initiatives in place.‰Ûø‰Ûø‰Ûø

Size and Fit

Drop Length: 20.5cm

Care Instructions

Colours may fade if stored in direct sunlight. Avoid moisture, including beauty products and water. Most marks on the wood beads can be removed using ELK‰۪s jewellery wax.

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