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Ballerina Necklace Rocky Beach image
Ballerina Necklace Rocky Beach image
Ballerina Necklace Rocky Beach image

Hring Eftir Hring

Ballerina Necklace Rocky Beach


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A part of the Pirouette collection by Hring eftir hring's Steinunn Vala, the Ballerina necklace is inspired by the magical world of old traveling circus.

The collection consists of both very simple and more elaborate, colourful pieces. The two striking necklace patterns, Ballerina and The Clown’s Collar, do wonderful job of serving as a add-on collar to any shirt or dress wonderfully. The matching rings and earrings are simple, but work perfectly with the necklaces or on their own as a part of a more minimalistic, effortless look.
Made in Iceland

Made from beach wood beads (carefully selected and manufactured in the small german city of Heilbronn) and clay (handkneaded in our small workshop here in Reykjavík) with a 925 sterling silver lock, the necklaces are made one by one by us, the team of Hring eftir hring.

If the colored clay beads need cleaning we find that warm water, a drop of soap and a toothbrush work the best.
Approx. 47 cm

This item is held by the designer so please allow up to 7 working days for delivery, although we aim to have it with you sooner!

Free delivery UK + Worldwide over £150 / €210 / $240 / $A300.

Free returns for exchange or full refund within 14 days.

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Delivery via DHL Express.

Collect or return any item in-store: Mayfair & Notting Hill.

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Meet The Designer

Hring eftir hring is a jewelry design studio from Reykjavík, Iceland, founded in 2009 by their creative director / main designer, Steinunn Vala. Creating most of their pieces in their studio in Reykjavík, they aim to be as adventurous, sincere and creative in their design as they possibly can while striving to bring their interest in people and their passion for art and craftsmanship over to their work. The mission is, according to them, to brighten up the rainy days, wich they so happen to have plenty of in Iceland, and make the sunny ones even sunnier.
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