Manufacturer:Areaware
Dimensions:35 in. cord length, pendant hangs 15 in. from knot

Harmonyware Necklace

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One of Areaware's earliest products was a wearable musical pendant, launched in the late 1980’s, before they were known as Areaware. It was made from a silver chiming sphere, discovered by Areaware co-founders Lisa Yashon and Noel Wiggins in the markets of Taxco, Mexico, a mountainside silver-working town. In 2016, Areaware reintroduced the chiming sphere as Harmonyware, a line of jewelry newly designed by Michael Savona.

The oversized jump ring on the pendant allows for beautiful movement and doubles as a handle for chiming the bell. Harmonyware is made in the original chiming sphere workshop in Mexico. See materials below.

 

Earth: metallic green enamel on 26mm brass sphere with chime, yellow Japanese nylon cord, white brass findings.

Day: glossy ivory enamel on 20mm brass sphere with chime, forest green Japanese nylon cord, white brass findings

Moon: silver plated 20mm brass sphere with chime, gray Japanese nylon cord, white brass findings

Sun: gold plated 20mm brass sphere with chime, tawny Japanese nylon cord, white brass findings

Night: glossy black enamel on 26mm brass sphere with chime, navy Japanese nylon cord, white brass findings


 

Harmonyware Chime from AREAWARE on Vimeo.


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