Turquoise is a color seen on ancient frescos and is still in vogue today. So if you wear this necklace you are connecting with history and yet staying in today’s world. The style is unconventional due to the asymmetry in placing the Tibetan medallions (rescued and re-purposed), three on one and just one another side. The look is going to get you a lot of attention and compliments. It would be in keeping with your free thinking spirit and a somewhat skeptical attitude to jewelry making conventions.
The new version of the Great Gatsby is making the long length in necklaces fashionable again. You will be in keeping with Hollywood fashions in the necklace.
I have a book from the Smithsonian with a chapter on Egyptian Frescos and other treasures. I love the turquoise necklaces, crowns and other jewelry worn by the women in the pictures. This necklace is my rendering of some of the jewelry I saw in the book. I hope you share my enthusiasm in the adaptation. I will happy to make earrings to match should you want them.
Care: The glass beads and the medallions can be wiped clean with a soft cloth and chemicals like hair spray will damage the turquoise which is soft and about 2.8 on Mohr scale of hardness.