Necklace with a pearl from the Vietnam collection
- 60% laka, 15% mother of pearl, 15% brass, 10% pearl
- The chain is 80 cm long and can be extended
- Length of the pendant approx. 8 cm
- Width about 1 cm
The long necklace was created using an element that Anna Orska designed during her trip to Vietnam. The Byzantine-weave necklace was adorned with a pendant that was made by local artisans in the traditional, centuries-old lacquering technique. The pendant is inlaid with floral patterns, hand-cut from mother of pearl. The decoration was embedded in high gloss black lacquer and framed in a brass frame. The pendant is completed with freshwater pearl. The characteristic design, as well as the expressive color scheme of black and white, show a contemporary interpretation of Asian art according to the artist. Artistic jewelry is a combination of minimalist classics with a modern twist.
The necklace has been hand made in a limited edition. Pearl decoration was made by hand so it may vary slightly from the picture.