This delicate sterling silver or gold-filled link chain holds a shaped pottery pendant. We now have some wonderful different size options, including some very petite pendants that have been handmade with much care. Spring ring clasp. 18”L.
If you would like a different length than the length that is listed for a particular Kumiko necklace, please write your choice (16, 18, or 20") in the comment line and we will try our best to send you the length of your request.
Named after a dear Ishinomaki friend who has been a grandma, friend, helper, and chef for many of us. Kikuko works by the sea, mending fishing nets. When she first learned how to make this necklace, her net-mending skills proved helpful as she deftly tied each knot between every bead.
Smooth semi-precious stone beads are hand-knotted by the Nozomi women to create this elegant necklace. One-of-a-kind pottery shard. Silver toggle clasp. Most necklaces are 18”L.
A semi-precious pebble multi-strand necklace with a double-strand leather extender cord. This fabulous piece can be worn as a necklace or separated to be a fun hand-knotted beaded bracelet. Our matching shard is simply elegant and sure to be a conversation starter, whether around your neck or on your wrist. Brown or black leather extender cord. Silver lobster claw clasps. 18”L.
An easy-to-wear adjustable leather cord that can extend between 15 - 25"L, adorned with one of our beautiful, unique shards of pottery. (Note: to adjust necklace length, hold one leather cord in one hand and adjust the other).
One of Nozomi's newest and most popular lines, the Ai is an original design by Yuko, our own Nozomi jewelry designer! This style has quickly become the favorite of our Nozomi staff. Our Ai contains a dazzling display of translucent color. Gracefully fashionable, each contains vibrant glass bead links and silver bead accents. Silver figaro style chain with lobster clasp closure. Approximately 28" in length.
Please be aware that, though we've done our best we to capture the beautiful color of each pendant in our pictures, occasionally images appear darker than they actually are.