These modern, geometric necklaces are handmade using silicone beads and waxed cotton, making them the perfect statement necklace and the ideal gift for her. Bold and brightly coloured, these chunky bead necklaces make beautiful statement pieces while also being lightweight and comfortable to wear.
Free from BPA, PVC, phthalates, lead, latex, cadmium and heavy metals, as well as easy to clean, they are perfect for anyone who has allergies.
Kodes necklaces are bold, quirky and affordable – ideal for the stylish woman who likes to make a statement without breaking the bank.
Necklace = 74cm long
Beads = 17mm in diameter
For UK deliveries, we offer FREE second-class shipping for up to two items. If you require quicker or tracked shipping, please change the shipping method on the checkout page. Orders to the rest of the world will be shipped tracked.
Necklaces can be customised using any length or colour combination, to create a unique and stylish item for you or your loved one. We can also gift-wrap your item and include a handwritten note, on request.
EASY TO CLEAN: You can keep your necklace clean by regularly wiping it with regular wipes or disinfectant wipes, or by rinsing it in warm soapy water.
SAFETY: This jewellery must not be used as a toy or teething aid for babies or children due to choking and other risks.
THE INSPIRATION BEHIND THIS NECKLACE :
This gay pride and gay flag inspired necklace was born as a tribute to the LGBTQIA community. Having Alopecia means I have struggled for many years to come out myself as a wig wearer.
I also appreciate how important it is to have support and I value the work some charities do, especially when it comes to young adults. Therefore every year I choose a different charity which supports the LGBTQIA community or Alopecia sufferers and donate
£1 from each sale of my LGBTQIA items to this charity.
In 2018 I donated to Mermaids UK who helps to support teenagers and their families with gender dysphoria.
In 2019 I donated to ASA Milano who helps support people who have just been diagnosed with AIDS.
This year I am donating to Alopecia UK.