Wara Necklace

kr 3 100

A Necklace and a Grain of Sand With Posture

How about wearing an exact model of a real grain of sand shaped like an antique pillar? This grain lay in sand from Aldinga Beach, Australia. A sandy-white spot famous for swimming, scuba diving, surfing, and snorkeling. 

Wara means Sand in Karuna, the language formerly used by the Aboriginal people of the Adelaide area.

Fall in love with this unisex piece for what it is–an exact model of a one-in-a-million grain of sand. It’s meticulously hand-selected, x-rayed at a research facility, and finally magnified in silver. Every intrinsic detail intact.

Wear it:

  • as a reminder of the strength and beauty found in the smallest things in life
  • to connect to the beach, ocean and nature
  • for a feeling of oneness with whatever you associate with the shape or the grain of sand

pay from 360 SEK/month.

Description

Features

  • The pendant is an exact model of a grain of sand found on a beach in South Australia (via an MRI scan at a research facility).
  • Sand grain in scale 26:1
    (the grain of sand is a tiny sea urchin spine)
  • The necklace has a slightly thicker Rolo chain, which fits both men and women.
  • Delivered in a multifunctional box for storage or decoration, ready to gift.

 

Details

  • Chain length 50 cm / 20 in
  • Size of pendant grain 30 mm/ 1,2 in (26x enlarged sand grain)
  • Tag with OUAW engraved on top of the chain

 

Material

100% recycled sterling silver

 

Care

  • After use, gently wipe every piece with a soft cloth to remove makeup residue or oils from your skin. 
  • When not wearing your jewelry, store it in a jewelry box, a soft pouch, or an airtight bag. Arrange chains in loop shapes to avoid tangle and damage. Please keep it away from sunlight and humid spaces like the bathroom.
  • Never force or pull chains. 
  • Use a soft dry cloth to polish your jewelry gently. 
  • Silver will oxidize and darken with time and from contact with natural salts and minerals on your skin. If needed, use special polish or polish cloth developed for silver jewelry. 
  • Use your good judgment of when to wear or not wear jewelry. The general recommendation for all jewelry is to avoid wearing jewelry in a swimming pool, hot tub, sauna, or steam room. And to never ever wear any jewelry in natural hot springs, as found in volcanic areas. 
  • And finally, wear your jewelry with attitude and pride!

 

Pro tip!
Look under the soft insert of the jewelry box your OUAW jewelry came in to find a small ziplock bag. If you store your silver jewelry in it when not in use, it will not tarnish as quickly. Not as fancy  – but practical!

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