Kumi himo is traditional Japanese braiding and the word means "gathered threads". The ancient art is centuries old and dates back well over 1300 years. Strong, slender cords are created by interlacing strands of silk, cotton, or other fibers. The name, Kumihimo, also applies to the braids, cords and ribbons that are the product of the braiding technique.
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Hand-beaded and woven Kumihimo necklace w/Snowflake Obsidian heart focal.
Adjustable 17" to 29".
Hand-beaded and woven Kumihimo w/Tiger’s Eye heart focal.
Adjustable 22” to 34”.
Black/White hand-beaded and woven Kumihimo lariat necklace (45") with numerous intricate patterns, lampwork glass beads, and tassels. Lots of eye-catching movement in this one-of-a-kind necklace.