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Driftwood necklace with ethnic charms


Long, impressive driftwood necklace!

  • Black Indonesian beads, vintage kuchi charms from Afghanistan and a driftwood from the Aegean Sea.
  • The length is adjustable from 74 cm to 104 cm.

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Driftwood necklace with ethnic charms.

Jewelery with traditional decorative elements from Asia, mainly Afghanistan, but also Pakistan. These elements are usually used either for jewelry or to decorate traditional costumes. Therefore, most are old, with the patina of time evident. They mainly come from the Kuchi tribe. The term Kuchi (Kochi, Koochi) comes from Persia and means “one who migrates”. These are nomads in the mountainous regions of Afghanistan and more recently Pakistan. For centuries, this ancient tribe traveled to Central Asia and the Middle East for the purpose of trade. Their jewelry is unique and has a history of thousands of years. Each piece is necessarily different, as the elements are always different. An ethnic series that carries history!

Collecting driftwoods from Greek coast is a favorite habit. With minimal processing they are used to create jewelry. A series that smells like summer!

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