OUTLANDISH NECKLASSES CLASS

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OUTLANDISH NECKLASSES CLASS

25.00

Having grown up in South Africa, this is a trait I noticed with a few of my fellow South Africans, where we create what we think is how it came to be. Explanation - my friend Nici, who's a nightingale and incredible troubadour, who writes mournful songs of love lost and odes to dogs was a huge Joni Mitchell fan. Growing up without television and at that time, the internet, the only way she could learn the songs was by listening to the records over and over and then copying them. Little did she know that Joni had a whole band, but Nici thought that Joni played all the parts, so she had to learn ALL the stringed sections...thus she played the rhythm and bass at the same time by moving her thumb across the top of the neck, and for someone tiny, she's about 5 ft tall, so you can imagine how small her hands are, this was quite a feat on more than one level. But that's how you roll when you are from South Africa. 

These necklaces are an ode to kooky inventions and living oulandishly. Come on down and let loose with lots of fun stuff, like bells and medals and chains and wire and beads and yarn and pieces of melted metal and what have you and create your own melody here.

 

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