"Egun" is the Yoruba term for ancestors, and is related to the traditional ceremony of the West African masquerade that invokes and praises personal ancestry. Inspired by this tradition, this rope tie necklace is coated in wax cotton thread and embellished with green aventurine and brass end caps. Showcase the beauty of this piece by wearing with swept back hair; it's fully adjustable so you can wear closer to the neck or loose, depending on your neckline.
- Rope, aventurine, copper, rubber, wax cotton thread, brass end caps
- Created using sustainably sourced materials
- Made in Cape Town, South Africa, shipping from South Africa
SIZE, FIT & OPACITY
- Fully adjustable length
Shipping & Returns
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Pichulik is an ethical jewelry brand based in Cape Town, South Africa. Rooted in its African heritage and inspired by ancient traditions and cultures around the world, the label seeks to empower women and impart sacred feminine wisdom with its bold designs. Rope is used as the principal medium throughout the labels’ collection of earrings, bracelets and necklaces, reimagined as a symbol of liberation and freedom of self.