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The new Build Your Own Necklace allows you to choose the chain and pendants. Pick between silver or gold, available in circles and diamonds. Choose a 16 or 24 inch gold or silver chain. Beautiful dainty necklace with options you choose.
The new Build Your Own Necklace allows you to choose the chain and pendants. Pick between silver or gold, available in circles and diamonds. Choose a 16 or 24 inch gold or silver chain. Beautiful dainty necklace with options you choose. The woman is wearing a ncecklace of 2 silver circles and 1 gold diamond on a silver 16 inch chain.
Build Your Own Necklace
Build Your Own Necklace
Build Your Own Necklace
Build Your Own Necklace

Build Your Own Necklace

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Create your own charm necklace by mixing and matching our floating circle and diamond pendants available in silver and gold. Choose the color and length of your necklace first and then add as many charms as you desire in the shape and color combinations of your preference.  We personally love groupings of three.  Try 3 gold circles on a 16" gold chain for a classic look or mix it up with 2 silver circles and 1 gold diamond on a 16" silver chain.  Model is shown wearing the 16" necklace length.
  • 16" or 24" necklace length (your choice)
  • 0.5" circle or diamond pendant
  • Handmade brass plated with 14K Gold or Silver
  • Clean gently with a soft cloth

Each piece of jewelry is designed and handcrafted from brass, glass, and horn by artisans living in Kibera, the largest urban slum in Africa. These works of art are created in tiny mud and tin houses bringing dignity and purposeful work to families in Nairobi, Kenya.

Specs + Care

  • 16" or 24" necklace length (your choice)
  • 0.5" circle or diamond pendant
  • Handmade brass plated with 14K Gold or Silver
  • Clean gently with a soft cloth

Story

Each piece of jewelry is designed and handcrafted from brass, glass, and horn by artisans living in Kibera, the largest urban slum in Africa. These works of art are created in tiny mud and tin houses bringing dignity and purposeful work to families in Nairobi, Kenya.