IONA earrings in Japanese seed beads
Named for the cloisters of Iona Abbey in Scotland, where this group's founding designer first learned to sing in South African languages. One of the subtlest pairs of earrings they make, these are perfect for people who love beadwork and like their jewellery understated.
They are created by a group of beaders in Cape Town, in South Africa, whose speciality is their choice of tonal colours, always using geometric forms and the best possible quality beads, from Japan. Little works of art.
Gold-filled Chain and Hooks
Strong Nylon Thread
Three hours of intricate hand-weaving.
Measurements: 2.5cm at the widest point, and 4.5cm long.