The Indus Valley Necklace | Ancient Treasures Collection
India's ancient Indus Valley civilization was the site of stone bead-making using agate, jasper, carnelian, turquoise, lapis and more. The Indus Valley necklace uses not stones, but glass beads made by me to look old, and reminiscent of the colors of unpolished gems. Faceted metal beads add to the rustic look of this triple strand necklace.
The colors in the Indus Valley necklace are subtle, yet rich with purples, blues, greens and amber. Faceted bronze colored titanium beads enhance the mystery. The necklace is 17 inches long and extends in increments up to 20 inches using the lobster claw and chain clasp. (Learn more about the clasp here.) This necklace will act as a neutral, and will go with almost any color.