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Arual Dem

AO Snake necklace

  • Product Code: LD-ITA-03-634
  • Availability: Ships within 7-10 days
  • Shipping Included


AO SNAKE is a handcrafted necklace from FAVINI valuable paper, paper from magazines, KODAK photographic paper, developed in a sinuous spiral weaving. As the name suggests, the geometric architecture of the necklace recalls the coils of a snake, a clear reference to nature, the source of inspiration of Arual Dem paper jewellery. Primordial shapes, to remind us of our roots, which as they evolve create complex and suggestive structures. Textures form the plot of a story.


Due to the handcrafted nature of this item, slight alterations may occur in the final item due to the folding of the papers.

This piece is not waterproof, but the paper is very resistant for its intrinsic qualities. A water-based glue is used to preserve the white side of paper (Favini Twist paper) and the magazines' paper. The rest of the paper is not treated in order not to lose the particularity of its texture. But the weaving and textures make the paper incredibly resistant over time. However, take care of your jewelry made entirely by hand: do not expose it to excessive heat sources and do not immerse it in liquids. Therefore no shower, sea or pool with it, but a few drops of rain can withstand very well, otherwise with the umbrella everything is solved! This item is surprisingly strong, however, like all jewellery, it should be treated with care. Do not store with other heavy objects pressing against and pay attention also to perfumes and make-up.

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Product Details
Measurements Length: about 32 cm; width: about 19 cm
Material(s) Paper from magazines, FAVINI TWIST black and white, Kodak photographic paper, black wool thread