This unusual shell & bone natural choker features an intricately knotted hemp macrame pendant with an ocean tumbled, natural sea shell at it's heart. The Caribbean Limpet shell is a conical-shaped, hat-like roof for a sea snail. Natural bone beads, called "hairpipes" by Native Americans, fringe the bottom of the 3" pendant.
This macrame pendant is knotted with fine, but durable hemp onto a memory wire, which expands to hug the neck, naturally & comfortably. I can custom size it as a women's surfer necklace or as a kid choker. This hemp macrame choker is so lightweight, you hardly feel it, so I do not recommend wearing it while surfing.
Handmade in a hammock on Vieques Island, Puerto Rico, this women's surfer necklace resonates with natural island ju ju. It is an affordable choker, making it a great gift, or if your "shopping Vieques", an unusual Vieques souvenir, for a hippie beach goddess.
This island made, unusual choker is one of many handmade, unusual jewelry creations found in my bone jewelry, kid jewelry, shell jewelry, women's surfer jewelry, natural jewelry & bohemian jewelry collections, at beadingbikini.com.
+Additional fee for longer sizes.