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Men's sterling silver pendant necklace, 'Ancient Words' - Men's Cultural Sterling Silver and Brass Pendant Necklace Curate

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Men's Cultural Sterling Silver and Brass Pendant Necklace, "Ancient Words"

In the Hanacaraka alphabet of Bali, the words Sa Ba Ta A can be read in the... more

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In the Hanacaraka alphabet of Bali, the words Sa Ba Ta A can be read in the brass accent of this pendant necklace, representing the four cardinal directions, also known as Mata Angin. Dewa Arimbawa creates this cultural necklace from men, framing the brass medallion with woven patterns in sterling silver.

  • 44 grams
  • 1.55 oz
  • Chain length: 51 cm L
  • Chain length: 20" L
  • Chain width: 3 mm
  • Chain width: 3 mm
  • Pendant: 4.8 cm L x 3 cm W x 0.5 cm D
  • Pendant: 1.9" L x 1.2" W x 0.2" D

  • 925 sterling silver, brass
  • S-hook or hook clasp
  • Combination finish
  • Foxtail chain
  • Free Jewelry Packaging? Yes
  • Premium Jewelry Gift Box? Yes
  • Made in Indonesia.
  • Certified and shipped by our office in Bali and Java
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Your Purchase Makes a Difference!

Dewa and his employees are entirely dependent upon Novica sales to provide for themselves and their families.

Dewa is a talented jewelry artisan who inherited his love of the arts from his grandfather. He draws his design inspiration from Balinese architecture and textile design and uses traditional techniques, such as repousse, wax carving, jawan and bon to create his unique collection of contemporary jewelry. He is always eager to teach these skills to anyone interested in learning the art of jewelry making. Dewa's dream is for his work to be internationally known and, in this way, to help preserve the art of Balinese silversmithing.

Dewa has steadily grown his workshop since joining Novica. He now has assistants and silversmiths who work with him. He is determined to grow his workshop and find international recognition for his unique jewelry collection.

Dewa Arimbawa has received 2 microcredit loans with 0% interest from Kiva and Novica, the first for $2200 and the most recent for $5000.

In 2017 Dewa received an Australian award for Jewelry Design and Business Readiness.

This artist supports children under the age of 18.

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