Description From Ceremonia
our eye-catching freedom shell necklace helms from west papua--an island in Indonesia that has preserved their rich tribal culture. cowrie shells hold a great history and meaning in the region. historically, they've been worn by royals as a symbolism of wealth and power, and were once used as a form of currency. they still carry a great ritualistic meaning in many areas throughout the world.
dozens of cowrie shells, which are abundantly found in the Indian Ocean, have been intricately placed on a woven macramé to make this awe-inspiring stand. it brings a global and tribal feel into any space, and adds a perfect touch of texture in an entry way, living area, or bedroom.
- materials used: shells, cotton, stand is made of iron
- includes stand
- approx. 8-9" wide, total height on stand 12.5"
- due to the handmade nature of this piece and the materials used, slight variations may occur
Home goods with a story you'll be proud to tell! Ceremonia offers boho chic home decor and accessories, inspired by travel and nature. Ceremonia's beautiful pieces are handcrafted in small batches by artisans in underserved regions of Bali. These Balinese craftspeople preserve cultural techniques and methods that have been handed down for generations, all while earning fair wages in dignified employment. Treading lightly on the planet with natural and local materials, Ceremonia is proud to fill your home with one-of-a-kind pieces that you'll treasure for years to come.
Ceremonia's Return Policy
Ceremonia prides themselves on being a 100% handcrafted business. Due to the handmade nature of their pieces, there may be slight variations/imperfections, which is what makes their collection unique, and sets them apart from factory-made brands. These slight imperfections are what they consider part of the artisanal charm.
Please read each product description and the specifications (measurement, materials, etc.) carefully before placing your order. A lot of time and care is placed into making each individual piece and preparing each order, and due to the handmade nature of their items, it's very difficult for us to accept returns/exchanges.*
DAMAGES/INCORRECT ITEM If an item arrives damaged, you receive an incorrect item, or you are truly unsatisfied with your purchase, please save ALL packaging, take photos of the label/box/damage and send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org referencing your order number.
*A 15% restocking fee is applied to all approved returns.