We know that a beach outing doesn’t exactly call for jewelry, but these two bold, blue-and-white necklaces are dying to get some salt in their, er, chains. The four jumbo Breton-striped beads amp up any camisole you pull on over that bikini top, and the paint-dipped hunk of coral? It’s like nothing we’ve ever seen, in or out of the water.
- Handmade in Richmond, Virginia.
- Striped bead necklace: four 1-inch hand-shaped ceramic beads coated with acrylic paint and lacquer and hung on 21 inches of gold-plated brass chain.
- Coral necklace: approximately 2-inch-long piece of painted coral hung on 24 inch inches of gold-plated brass chain.
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