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  • $140.00
  • $140.00
No. T192N005SV

This necklace is called "Bagazen Sansalt" in the indigenous language of North Africa. The patterns on the surface are carefully carved by hand, one by one, and each pattern has its own meaning, symbolizing things, stories, and allegories. In the desert, the pendant head of this design is held over the Southern Cross and has been passed down from parent to child from generation to generation as an important tool that serves as a compass. The silhouette of the necklace is unique to Adawat'n Tuareg, and the engraved pattern throughout the necklace gives it a beautiful presence. The eye-catching design makes it suitable for use as an accent to coordinate with a variety of outfits, including simple styles. The length of the cord can be adjusted by moving the two awajidama.

Material: 925 silver Country of origin: Morocco

Size of the main body
Length: 38mm, Width: 31mm, Thickness: 1mm

String size
Round cord width: 1.5mm, length: 400mm-840mm

Please note that each piece is handmade, so there may be slight variations in size and design, as well as minor flaws. The sizes shown are only a guide.