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Silver Wave Tensha Bead Pendant

Beautifully shiny silver tensha bead pendant inspired by Hokusai's famous woodblock print, Under the Wave off the Coast of Kanagawa (The Great Wave), ca. 1830, paired with lapis and sodalite beaded chain, finished with lobster clasp closure with 2 in. extender. The word Tensha means to transfer. The delicate design on these earrings are carefully placed on top of a durable acrylic round, then fully lacquered with another layer of crystal clear acrylic to protect the beautiful art from abrasion. Designed and crafted in New York, NY by Katherine J. Kornblau and her team of highly skilled craftswomen. Measures 18 in.

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