"The Neso design beautifully highlights the continuity between matte glass and gold beads. As with all of our wraps, this piece is intended to be worn as a necklace or bracelet, and each piece is uniquely patterned so that no two are identical.
Palm – a lush verdant green
Mist – a foggy blue with grey hues
Oyster – a warm eggshell
Length – 32-36", adjustable
Materials – Japanese Miyuki matte glass beads, 14k gold-filled beads and findings, silk cord
How to Wrap
Pull the round bead along the length of the unbeaded segments of cord to extend the piece by 4 inches. Begin wrapping the bracelet around your wrist. After slipping it over your hand a fifth time, pin the tassels down in your palm and adjust the sliding bead back in with your other open hand." - Abacus Row
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Christine Trac is a San Francisco based artist, making refined and understated jewelry shaped by her multicultural upbringing and interdisciplinary background in ethnography, and environmental conservation. In her words in an interview with Little Farm Media abacus row was born out of “love and unemployment after studying forestry and energy use in china and moved to San Francisco with no luck and no chance in it turning in the traditional sense for over a year. She dedicates parts of her artform to elements of Chinese and Vietnamese culture with the colors and techniques.