Each Bali Necklace helps to fund Coral Reef Conservation! Learn about our efforts!
The spiral shaped Koru design is derived from the unfolding of a silver fern frond. The circular movement towards an inner coil refers to ‘going back to the beginning’. The unfurling frond itself is symbolic for new life, new beginnings and hope. The Bali Koru represents Prosperity and Good Fortune for New Beginnings.
Each Bali Necklace is hand carved on the Tropical Island of Bali and shipped from the USA. Because we use 100% natural materials, there may be some slight imperfections in each piece.
Due to the nature of joining the two materials (bone and wood) together. This particular design is considered delicate and for casual wear.
Materials: Repurposed, Water-Buffalo Bone & Sono Wood.
Pendant size: Approximately 1.5 inches (3.8 cm).
Cord: One size fits all. Adjustable, bamboo cotton up to 26 inches.
Customer ReviewsWrite a review
Purchased this necklace for my grandson for his birthday…he fell in love with it, wore all the time, constantly telling his friends the story behind the necklace & the way proceeds from sales are saving the reefs. Unfortunately the white wave broke away from the wood & he lost it, he was very upset not only that it broke but that it was a special 13th birthday gift from me. My fault for not expressing this gift was delicate, but I also thought it would have lasted longer than 3 weeks, anyway beautiful work.
Great beach look with a inspirational meaning
The beads are kind of different. They always stick out and kind of look funny. Love the neclace!!!!!!
Thank you for your purchase and feedback, Grant! If you don't like the beads, you can adjust the necklace so that the beads and excess cord stays behind the neck, you don't necessarily have to have the beads out in front.
Very humbling that this helped reefs. I love to wear thinking about this came from a place preserving its beauty and culture.
I bought this for me fiance and it's beautiful!
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