Ecru, Rose and Wood Necklace

$85.00
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Ships from
Sydney, NSW
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Made honestly and ethically using natural wood, ceramic stoneware and sterling silver, our Ecru, Rose and Wood Necklace has been strung on naturally dyed leather, features an adjustable sterling silver clasp, and has been designed with simplicity, femininity and earthiness. 

It helps you to feel good when you know that you are wearing jewellery made from simple and responsibly sourced materials.

This piece comes packaged in our own 100% cotton pouches that have been handmade specifically by a wonderful women’s organisation in Kathmandu Valley, Nepal.

Specifications

  • Total length 86cm.
  • Material composition: Natural wood, natural stoneware ceramic, sterling silver, naturally dyed leather cord, adjustable sterling silver clasp.
  • Care instructions: All wooden pieces have been left in their natural finish. If you wish to darken the colour feel free to use natural oil or keep as is. 
  • Country of manufacture: Designed in Australia by Julia Denes, and proudly handmade both in Sydney, Australia and by our skilled Nepali artisans throughout Nepal. 

Established in 2013, Woodfolk believes in honesty, compassion and being kind to our environment. We work in harmony with both natural materials and communities in need to create beautiful pieces for everyday wear, which bring warmth and creativity into our homes. Woodfolk products are proudly designed in Australia by jeweller and designer Julia Denes, and handmade in collaboration with artisans in Nepal. With 10 years of experience in the fine jewellery industry, Julia brings her passion, knowledge and skill to the creation of each beautiful piece. Made for the globally conscious woman, each piece is simple, effortless and comfortable to wear, and softly tactile.

Please allow up to 7 days for delivery.
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“I admire that Julia's work represents nature and community. Whether it’s a ceramic piece, a linen scarf or wooden jewellery, her organic, tactile forms bring a touch of weathered nature to everyday objects.”
Art director, Good Weekend magazine