Tomales Hand Woven Necklace
The popular Tomales Necklace takes a cue from the great yonder, inspired by the deep shades of desert flora across California. Big skies, miles to wander, and rich with color, the natural beauty and intrigue of our California deserts evoke a love for adventure.
The perfect pairing with your well worn denim, or the showcase piece for an epic life celebration, the Tomales Necklace will become your go to accessory to express your signature style. Notorious as an architectural piece of jewelry, nothing quite shows off your shoulders and collarbone like this necklace. Inspired by the Elizabethan collars of the 1500's this necklace stands out to show off your stellar neckline.
Each Tomales Necklace is hand woven in an original pattern of knots and weaves designed by me to create a stand out necklace that is beautiful, durable, lightweight, and incredibly comfortable to wear. Beginning with over 550 inches of 100% cotton cord and hand woven off loom in a deeply textured pattern, the Tomales Necklace stands out all on its own, as minimal, but memorable. Hand dyed in small batches then dried in the bright California sun, each Tomales Necklace has a unique color and beauty all it's own.
The Tomales Necklace is available in our classic Bone, Hand Dyed Driftwood, Hand Dyed Golden Ochre, and Hand Dyed Indigo, and Hand Dyed Graphite. All colors are machine washable! For washing instructions, click here. Each Estero Necklace is made to order just for you from my studio in West Marin, California.
Metal + Cloth | Antique Brass settings and clasp (lead & nickel free) | 100% cotton cord
Size | Necklace measures 21 inches long
Color | Bone (off white), Indigo, Driftwood, Graphite (dark grey), and Golden Ochre (yellow).
Delivery | USPS Priority Mail 2-3 Business Days Domestic | 6-12 International
All products are handmade to order. Please allow 2-4 days for shipping notification
Packaged beautifully for giving in recyclable materials
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All designs and patterns © Lisa Anderson Shaffer (Zelma Rose) and should not be duplicated.