Bonbon Oiseau

Damask Necklace

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Delicate colors with a gorgeous bold stature, like an unearthed treasure, whose symmetry is implied and understated, handmade with rare turn-of-the-century Bohemian glass in pale blue, pale pink, ivory and pure white with 1930's experimental plastique heishi beads in shades of soft pink and apricot with transparent both glass beads from Ghana and surprise touches of turquoise and brass with a vintage Afghan silver "coin" that trails the nape of your neck at the clasp.

About this Piece
-26 inch long necklace with brass clasp, handmade in my NYC workshop.
-Limited Edition runs.
-Small-Run, Limited Edition pieces (that come with discounts if you want more than one!), made with rare early 20th c. beads from Europe, Africa and Afghanistan, a percentage of the sales from this collection will be sent to support the work of the ACLU .

Bonbon Story
I've been drawn to antique and vintage beads for as long as I can remember, collecting and culling from American trading posts to dusty French ateliers and markets. Antique beads are humble magical little things to me, evocative, alluring, sexy, hopeful. They are a connection to the imaginations, thought processes and careful workmanship of the hearts and hands of the past. They are the inspiration to create something new from something very old, to cherish all over again, to love and keep or love and share.