Macramé was a specialty of Genoa, where, in the 19th century, towels decorated with knotted cord were popular. Its roots were in a 16th-century technique of knotting lace known as punto a groppo. In the 1960s macramé became a popular craft and creative art technique in America and in Europe.
The necklaces have an adjustable wood bead at the bottom and top to adjust the holding pouch for stones and the top to adjust necklace length. Necklace length is 32" from bead to bead.
This style is especially friendly for those with metal sensitivities.
Black Tourmaline: Balances and energizes your Root Chakra.
Rose Quartz: Heals emotional body.
Amethyst: Balances the Crown Chakra.
Dalmatian Jasper: Strengthens your connection with Mother Earth.
Citrine: Clears negative energies in the family, home and office.