New Salzburg statement necklace

Happy Sunday! Hope you have some big plans to relax for today, unless you are in the UK… It’s not that we aren’t relaxing here:) It’s just that it’s a Bank Holiday weekend and this Sunday is like a second Saturday:)

Whatever your plans are – hope you’ll have a wonderful day.

Today I wanted to show you a new version of our Salzburg necklace. The new piece is made with silk splashing technique and we’ve already created a couple of them before, here’s what they look like:

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 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.

The new piece is made with a charcoal and turquoise silk and with clear crystals, which are plated in zinc for protection. Zinc protects the rhinestones from the “other” side of the necklace from wear and gives it a nice finish. It also is a slightly less pricey option than gold-plated crystals.

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

A truly autumnal piece, which after a little while was slightly changed by adding some colour. We replaced some of the clear crystals with opaque orange ones.

This beautiful handmade statement necklace is made with a colourful silk braid. Silk was hand-dyed by Jolita Jewellery designer in his London studio, using a complex dying and splashing with colours technique. The braid is embellished clear crystals, some of which have been replaced with opaque orange ones to add more colour.

What do you think? Any preferences between the two?

Jolita x

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