Grey/mint/rose gold 3 layered chevron shaped necklace

by Camel Beads

AED 100.00


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This lovely 3 layered chevron shaped geometric wooden lasercut necklace is hand painted in grey, mint, rose gold and sealed with varnish and has a rose gold coloured chain.

The width of the pendant is 76 mm and the height of the 3 chevron shapes is approximately 50 mm
The length of the chain is 60 cm
The thickness of the pendant is 3 mm

Please note that handpainted items may have slight colour variations from one item to another.
Each shape will vary in colour and texture due to the nature of the material, making them one of a kind and extra special!

This hand painted wooden necklace would make a great addition to any outfit.

Additional information

Weight 0.2 kg


Camel Beads ships from Dubai, United Arab Emirates

Shop polices

Your necklace or keychain will be as unique as you are. It is a hand crafted item and no two will be exactly the same. Slight colour variations might occur due to custom mixed paint. I use wooden beads so there may be little variations in colour and texture. All my pieces are hand made so please allow approximately 2 to 3 days to finish each design. Currently shipping is done within the UAE only and is sent through courier, unless you'd like to pick up the purchase. No refunds or exchanges will be accepted.

Camel Beads

Hi, my name is Sandra and I love creating lovely jewelry and accessories. Every piece is designed and made by me. The beads are carefully selected and hand painted after I did a colour study. My vision is to create beautiful, bright, colourful every day pieces. I love what I do, that's why all my creations are made with love and passion and each of my products get special attention. If you're looking for something more natural or a little more colourful, enter my hand painted geometric wooden jewelry shop, with an endless array of fully customisable colour options. Thanks and enjoy!

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