Liz Wallace Haiku Necklace With Labradorite Beads
Celebrated jeweler Liz Wallace has a talent for depicting much-beloved designs from the natural world. With this necklace from her hand-stamped Haiku line of jewelry, she still paints a picture of the natural world although this time using skillfully arranged words to create her images.
On her pendant, Liz describes a March day in Santa Fe:
"Grey March Afternoon Too Cool For Chanel Sandals Threatening to Snow"
The sterling silver pendant hangs from a delicate hand-beaded necklace of dazzling labradorite stones that beautifully compliment the feeling of the Haiku. Handmade hallmarked silver cones complete the piece.
For two looks in one, you can wear the necklace with or without the pendant - perhaps on a sunny day in mid-August you might go without.
The pendant measures 2" and the necklace measures 20" and has an adjustable clasp.
- Haiku necklace with labradorite beads by Navajo jeweler Liz Wallace
- Pendant measures 2" and necklace measures 20"
You can read a little more about the origin of Liz Wallace's Haiku jewelry here.