Colourful Salzburg statement necklaces

Happy Sunday! The weekend is half-way through and we couldn’t be more busier working on orders, new pieces and organising three upcoming shoots next week. However today I wanted to show you a couple new versions of Salzburg necklace.

The very first one is made in a soft pastel braid and available on our website.

This beautiful handmade statement necklace is braided with a one-of-a-kind dip-dyed silk braid, hand-dyed by the designer in his London studio. The silk braid is embellished with dipped in gold clear crystal necklace, hand-painted in soft pastels.

The next two pieces I wanted to show you are made with a completely new dying technique. It’s very different to our “traditional” dip-dying as it ads splashes of colour throughout the braid.

Salzburg in red and turquoise splash braid

This beautiful handmade statement necklace is made with a colourful silk braid. Silk was hand-dyed by the designer in his London studio, using a complex dying and spalshing with colours technique. The braid is embellished with dipped in gold clear crystals. This beautiful handmade statement necklace is made with a colourful silk braid. Silk was hand-dyed by the designer in his London studio, using a complex dying and spalshing with colours technique. The braid is embellished with dipped in gold clear crystals.

And a luxury version of this piece made with a double collar braid in delicious raspberry and lilac:

This luxury handmade statement necklace is made with a double collar silk braid in raspberry red and lilac. Silk was hand-dyed by the designer in his London studio, using a complex dying and splashing with colours technique. The braid is embellished with dipped in gold clear crystals, some of which are hand-painted by the designer. This luxury handmade statement necklace is made with a double collar silk braid in raspberry red and lilac. Silk was hand-dyed by the designer in his London studio, using a complex dying and splashing with colours technique. The braid is embellished with dipped in gold clear crystals, some of which are hand-painted by the designer.

What do you think about this new dying technique? Hope you like it:)

Have a colourful day ahead!
Jolita x

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