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Why we love it...
- Hand crafted with ancient glass fragments and crystals, weathered and shaped over thousands of years makes the Fabula collection so unique and infused with story we kinda think what's not to love?
- 925 sterling silver with 18k gold plating
- These beads are all different, shaped over centuries by the elements which makes every pieces completely unique
- The nature of materials used makes this piece truly recycled and upcycled
42cm long with a 2.5cm extension chain
The Fabula Magus Story...
This collection by Bjorg is based on fragments of ancient glass objects, unearthed at archaeological excavations around the world, dating back about 2000 years.
When the Romans discovered the art of blowing glass circa 40 BC, a new era emerged, and amazing glass creations were spread to many corners of the world. The precious artifacts were originally parts of vases, perfume bottles, jewellery, and other items used by people at the time of the Roman Empire. Now collected and re-purposed into story rich pieces of wearable art