This necklace is called "Timia 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. The ne pendant top with round holes was carried as a substitute for tribal emblems and served as a compass in the desert. The silver and ebony wood used for the layered part is a very hard wood, which is a delicate and traditional design typical of Adawat'n Tuareg. （The eye-catching design makes it suitable for use as an accent to coordinate with a variety of styles, including simple styles. The length of the string can be adjusted by moving the two awajidama.
Material: 925 silver Country of origin: Morocco
Size of the main body
Height: 77mm, width: 32mm, thickness (silver part): 1mm, thickness (ebony wood part): 5mm
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.