Greymouth - second
Greymouth is a town with a history of jade hunting, gold mining and dramatic river floods. Once the site of the Maori pa Mawhera (which means ‘wide spread river mouth’), Greymouth is the largest town on the South Island’s west coast. Alternating grey & white beads represent Greymouth & the Grey River with the coral beads representing the gold mining history in the area.
- A soft grey 9cm tassel on wooden bead necklace.
- A faux tarnished silver anchor bead.
- Beads are lightweight painted wood.
- Wooden beads are coloured white, grey & coral.
- Necklace is 54cm in length including tassel
- This fab necklace is not a toy and not for those under 3 years old.
This is a second as the coral beads are slightly faded