This is a square pendant in dark blue with cut-out geometric shapes surrounded by dyed marble gemstones on a black leather cord. The pendant is made by rolling out clay, cutting out shapes, securing the shapes onto another piece of clay, sliced and fired and then given a protective glaze.
One reason why we love the Carnival Collection is because each pendant is handmade in our London studio with creativity leading the way and so no two pieces made by this process will ever be exactly the same.
Polymer clay pendants are a part of the Zayah Carnival Collection where jewellery is named after places that celebrate carnivals. Oruro in Bolivia is one of the places that celebrates the carnival. This is a mining town and a diverse set of influences, Spanish, Indian, the elite classes create a motley mix in this most popular carnival in Bolivia.
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