Very intricate work goes into making this swirl: a hair line copper wire is wound around a thicker one, which in turn is wound around to make a swirl. This is then put as the central motif on a hand woven cord bracelet.
This flower necklace, named after the Narjis flower, is one of the favourites of the artisans at our workshop. The intricacy in the beadwork is reminiscent of traditional embroidery, and so are the colour schemes chosen.
Necklace length 45cm
From the legendary copper mines in southern Jordan, comes a collection of delicate hand made jewellery.
Tassels of copper and colourful stones echo those that adorn Bedouin tents; and traditional amulets such as the turquoise beads and the Evil Eye ward off malicious vibes transmitted by jealousy and envy.
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