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Cultured pearl and pyrite pendant necklace, 'Twin Ketupat in Brown' - Cultured Pearl Pyrite and Sterling Silver Pendant Necklace Curate

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Twin Ketupat in Brown Cultured Pearl Pyrite and Sterling Silver Pendant Necklace

Inspired by the design of the palm leaves used to hold ketupat, a traditional... more

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Inspired by the design of the palm leaves used to hold ketupat, a traditional Indonesian dumpling, artisan Ketut Sulastri creates this necklace of timeless beauty. Two sterling silver ketupat pendants hang elegantly together, adorned with two dyed golden cultured pearls at the front and one pearl at the back by the clasp. Dainty beads of pyrite are strung expertly by hand, decorating the long brown nylon cord and completing the wonderful accessory.

  • 5 grams
  • 0.18 oz
  • Necklace length: 69 cm min L - x 72 cm max L
  • Necklace length: 27" min L - x 28.5" max L
  • Necklace width: 20 mm
  • Necklace width: 20 mm
  • Pendant: 7 cm L x 2 cm W x 2.2 cm D
  • Pendant: 2.8" L x 0.8" W x 0.9" D
  • Extender chain : 2 cm L
  • Extender chain : 0.8" L

  • 925 sterling silver, dyed cultured freshwater pearl, pyrite, nylon cord
  • Color(s) may vary slightly
  • Lobster claw clasp
  • High polish finish
  • Length is adjustable
  • Free Jewelry Packaging? Yes
  • Premium Jewelry Gift Box? Yes
  • Made in Indonesia.
  • Certified and shipped by our office in Bali and Java
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The Women's Empowerment badge is awarded to female artisans or artisan groups that are led by women.

Ketut Sulastri's jewelry incorporates traditional Balinese jewelry designs and contemporary trends. She happily teaches silversmithing to her assistants, and others interested in learning the art, but finds that many younger artisans are more interested in braiding, macrame and non-traditional techniques.

Ketut Sulastri began to work with silver at the age of eight. Her family was poor and they needed the money for food. She also used her income from silversmithing to pay her school fees. Today she has her own workshop and is very happy to provide work for 24 women in her community.

Ketut Sulastri's Novica sales account for over 50% of her income. They not only bring stability to her business but they enable her to employ assistants and give work to other women in her community.

Sulastri does not have children of her own but she provides for the care of her nieces and nephews.

This artist has dramatically improved their livelihood by working with NOVICA.

Sulastri proudly provides for her nieces and nephews education.

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Handcrafted sterling silver and gemstone jewelry

Bali and Java