Sanur Shells

Sterling Silver Shell Motif Link Necklace from Bali

$129.99
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SKU: 293291
Description
Sterling silver shells circle the neck, celebrating the beauty of ocean life. Cahya Krisna designs this link necklace from Bali, giving each shell a hammered finish that captures the light with shimmering elegance. The necklace is named 'Sanur,' after a Balinese oceanside town known for its glistening white beaches.
  • 925 sterling silver
  • 1 oz
  • 19.8 inches L x 0.4 inches W
  • Made in Indonesia

Meet the Artist

Cahya Krisna

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  • Caring for Children
    Caring for Children
  • Job Creator
    Job Creator
  • Moving On Up
    Moving On Up
  • Preserving Traditions
    Preserving Traditions

1 Review

  • 5
    Beautiful

    Posted by Patrcia on May 7th 2018

    Wasn't sure what to expect when ordering this. Wanted to love it and I do. It's just beautiful. Thank you!

Your Purchase Makes a Difference

  • Caring for Children
    Caring for Children

    This artist supports children under the age of 18.

    The Caring for Children Badge is awarded to those artisans who support children under the age of 18

  • Job Creator
    Job Creator

    This artist positively impacts their community through job creation and provides jobs for 2 or more people.

    The Job Creator badge is awarded to artisans that positively impact their community through job creation and employ 2 or more artisans

  • Moving On Up
    Moving On Up

    This artist has dramatically improved their livelihood by working with NOVICA.

    The Moving On Up Badge is awarded to artisans that have more than doubled their income and improved their livelihood by working with NOVICA

  • Preserving Traditions
    Preserving Traditions

    This artist uses traditional techniques handed down through the generations and/or creates culturally significant items, helping keep these traditions alive.

    The Preserving Traditions badge is awarded to artisans who use traditional techniques handed down through the generations, as well as artisans that craft culturally significant items, keeping these traditions alive. "