Double Circle Necklace

a photo of a double circle necklace. There are two beads, one translucent white with dark veins through it; and one black; each with a black circular bead around it.
a photo of a double circle necklace with the bottom ring turned sideways. The ring is almost as thick as the bead. There is enough space between them all to move independently of the others.
a side-view of the double circle necklace. The top bead looks dark grey from this angle. The pieces are all attached with a small metal wire.
a photo of a double circle necklace. There are two beads, one translucent white with dark veins through it; and one black; each with a black circular bead around it.
a photo of a double circle necklace with the bottom ring turned sideways. The ring is almost as thick as the bead. There is enough space between them all to move independently of the others.
a side-view of the double circle necklace. The top bead looks dark grey from this angle. The pieces are all attached with a small metal wire.
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Double Circle Necklace

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The stacked double circles on this necklace move freely, allowing you to twirl one or both rings on its axis and to roll the beads encased within. 

When the light hits the pendant, the outer beads shift from dark grey to silver. The inner beads vary from opaque grey to translucent in light, making each necklace unique.

Handmade by Aukquill, an autistic adult, this necklace has two hematite circle beads with stone inner beads on a silky rayon cord with aluminum barrel clasp.

Note: when viewed against the light, some of the center beads are translucent like the top one but against a darker surface (like when the necklace is worn), both beads appear darker grey, like the bottom one. 

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More Details

  • Materials: hematite circle beads with stone inner beads on an iron head pin; 24" silky cord with aluminum barrel clasp

  • Size: pendant is .5" (1.3 cm) across and about 1" (2.5 cm) tall; cord is 24" (61 cm) long

  • WARNING: Choking Hazard - Small parts. Not for children under 8 years.

About the Artist

I am an autistic adult. I like cautious gardening, Neolithic Orkney, and the color gray.