Handmade, bohemian, tribal choker inspired by some of the lovely findings I sell in my shop. The base of the necklace is lush with zebra striped shells and vintage round dangles that originated from Afghan, Pakistani, and Indian tribal jewelry. The round clusters are similar to gajre in appearance. I've fastened each piece using traditional bead embroidery techniques. The three long pendants make a lot of jingle with movement. The pendants share a similar style but are not identical. They originate from Waziristan - a tribal region located between Pakistan and Afghanistan. The sound is used as a means to ward off the evil eye. The pendants are about 4.5" long. I've added some petite brown beads as subtle accents to create some sparkle. The smallest the choker can adjust to is 15". It can extend up to 17.5" as shown, but if you need it to be longer, please message me upon purchase and I'll add more chain. I made the hook clasp using annealed steel wire because it has a weathered, rustic appearance. The choker is fairly heavy due to tall the shells and clustered dangles. It weighs about 5.5" ounces. This is made from both new and old tribal findings. I like to create pieces that aren't highly polished but are well made - the kind of piece that has a lot of history and stories to tell, but is also ready for new adventures with you.