A Corrugated Necklace

“A Corrugated Necklace”

This necklace draws attention coming and going. I strive to make all my designs attractive from the front, but it is only a few necklaces that can achieve that high mark from the back. This is one.

These paper beads were made by an unknown artist in Murano, Italy. I bought them on a trip there four years ago. They look like corrugated paper sliced in ribbons and crafted into architectural shapes…to my mind. What a labor of love! They are treated with a matte varnish to protect the surface. They are very sturdy.

I wanted them to be paired with special beads, both texture- and color-wise. For that honor, I found a dozen handmade glass beads from the tiny shop in Carmel, CA, called Two Sisters. The remaining spacer beads are pale wood.


The creative clasp is a resin circle in pale beige coupled with a wood toggle featuring four different woods.









Matching earrings of the stylized paper and sterling silver are 1.75” long. The necklace is 21” long.

$149 for the set.

5 thoughts on “A Corrugated Necklace

  1. Hi, Priscilla!
    This set is so stunning. I must have it!! It is so artist. And also architectural. I will be in Boston the week if 3/18 and will come to see you. I am not sure about my schedule yet but I may even be able to stay with you for one or two nights. Please keep this set for me. I can’t wait to see you 💕

    Kyung H Yoon
    CEO Talent Age Associates

  2. Hi Priscilla If this lovely set is still available I would love it!!! Big hugs Avis

    Sent from my iPhone In beautiful Coeur d’Alene, Idaho

  3. Hi P!
    What a fun necklace! Glad to see you’re keeping busy with your creativity!
    Hope you’re staying warm. We have had a week of heavy snow fall and frigid temps. It’s -14 today.
    Francie and I leave for China this week. We’re visiting John and his family before they move back to the US.
    Should be an exciting trip!
    Hope to see you soon.

    Sent from my iPhone

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