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Necklace based on Ann Severine design, inspired by the people of Saraquro, Ecuador

The Necklace in the above photograph required many, many, many hours to construct, but I fell in love with the pattern and just knew I had to make it. This is a pattern devised by Ann Severine based on a necklace she purchased in Saraguro, Ecuador. The women there are accomplished beaders and many wear elaborate beaded collars.

This stunning necklace has 11 colors of beads arranged in a lacy triangular pattern and is adjustable from 16 to 18 1/2 inches.Saraguro Beadwork is worn by the women in the canton Saraguro, Ecuador. According to my sources, they are the only women in Ecuador who wear and make beadwork. I always encourage people to by from native artisans, and as you know I also encourage you to buy from LuckySammy.Etsy.Com.

If you like this style, it will again be displayed at the Santa Fe International Folk Art Market this July.


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