A thousand tiny, solid silver beads pour down over your décolleté, like a glittering river. This exquisite and unusual jewellery is called ‘Liquid Silver’, because the gleaming, elongated beads reflect the light like a precious metal that has just been smelted.
Exclusive and authentic.
Ethnic jewellery is very fashionable. Yet most ethnic jewellery has very little to do with tradition and handicraft. Not so with this timeless, modern jewellery classic. It is based on a one hundred-year-old tradition. Around 1860, the Indians were taught how to work with silver by the Mexicans (and they had learnt it from the Spanish), creating 'Liquid Silver' by a process handed down over the years using beautiful strings of glittering beads. Nowadays, there are only a few Indians who still have this silversmith skill and who can make this rare jewellery according to the old time-and labour-intensive methods.
Looks good with many fashion trends.
You can wear the ‘Liquid Silver’ as a necklace with its luxurious 50 strings of beads in the classic, flowing form of a 72cm (28 1/2") length. You can also wear it as a modern choker with 30 strings of beads in the 42cm (16 1/2") length. The long necklace goes really well with simple clothes with a drop neckline, as well as with a high-necked pullover. The short necklace is ideal with an open-collared shirt or plunging necklines and is especially dramatic and eye-catching with a strapless evening dress or with a linen summer dress.
Even more versatile with earrings and bracelet.
The matching earrings (each with 15 strings of beads) and the bracelet (with 40 strings of beads) are the perfect complement to your ‘Liquid Silver’ necklace. Even worn alone, each of the pieces will transform a simple outfit. 925 sterling silver. Supplied in a high-quality jewellery box. The jewellery is protected against tarnishing. We recommend that you care for your 'Liquid Silver' jewellery by using a commercially available silver polishing cloth.
(When ordering the bracelet, allow an extra 1cm approx. around your wrist, to avoid the bracelet fitting too tightly.)