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Amalgam By Aishwarya

Conch Shell Layered Necklace

Conch Shell Layered Necklace

Regular price $72.00 USD
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Styling Tip: The necklace's layered design adds depth and complexity to your style. Wear it with a simple, solid-colored outfit to allow the layers to stand out. A V-neck top or dress can further accentuate the layered effect.

Editor's Notes

The Conch Shell Layered Necklace is a striking piece of jewelry inspired by the unique beauty of horse conch shells. Crafted from gold-plated brass, this layered necklace offers a distinctive and eye-catching design. It can be beautifully paired with the Conch Shell Bracelet or Earrings. The horse conch shells, primarily found along the southern Atlantic coast, are perilously close to extinction due to unregulated harvesting and habitat degradation. By wearing this necklace, you not only adorn yourself with a fashionable accessory but also advocate for the conservation of these endangered creatures and their delicate ecosystem.

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Shipping Details

Production Time: 7-10 working days, Delivery Time: 12-20 working days. In case of faster shipment, kindly get in touch with us.🌼This item is hand made on order from India, read on Amalgam by Aishwarya's origin & production details below

Care Instructions

Avoid dampness and humidity.
Keep them in the given packaging or any other cloth bag.
Keep it away from extreme heat or cold.
keep them away from products like perfume, lotions, hairspray and makeup.

Brand Origin

The chief idea behind the creation of Amalgam is to make people aware of the worth of a trendy sustainable lifestyle, instead of running behind the toxicity of “Fast Fashion” that promotes environmental degradation.

Production Details

The collection "Into the wild" is dedicated to endangered species of 2020 and the brand is donating 20% of the profits to wildlife conservation trust.

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