The Ida Necklace in Green by Larrisa Loden will be your go to piece for that perfect pop of color. This necklace keeps you on trened with the shell shape motif and color blocked design. We love the fact that each piece sold supports a woman-mother-artist owned small business that employs a collective of amazing people.Materials: Brass and Antiqued Chain
- Materials- Acetate Shell and Brass
- Measures 30″ long with 2″ extender
- Color Block Design
- Handmade by Women Artisians
- Made in the USA
Mata Trader jewelry is made of a brass base that is electroplated for a finer finish, like gold or silver. Due to the nature of plated jewelry, knowing the proper care and handling can extend its life (and we want you to have our jewelry forever!). We’ve put together some guidelines to make the care of our jewelry simple and easy!
- Sweat, water (showering, swimming and handwashing), perfumes/lotions, and cleaning products can cause deterioration or discoloration. Avoid wearing our jewelry anywhere it may get wet, or be exposed to extreme heat or humidity. Also keep in mind that perfumes or lotions can affect the finish of our jewelry.
- Store your jewelry somewhere safe and dry, away from direct sunlight – try keeping it in a plastic or cloth bag. Even better? Separating each piece into its own bag to ensure they don’t brush or scratch against each other.
- It’s always a good idea to clean your jewelry of oils and dirt it has collected throughout the day. A soft cloth or cotton ball will gently rub off oils, dust, and dirt, or try a small amount of brass cleaner if it needs a boost in shine.
The Story of Larissa Loden
Larissa Loden has been designing and creating jewelry since 2005. Each piece sold supports a woman-mother-artist owned small business that employs a collective of amazing people. Their jewelry is handcrafted in Minneapolis by a team of artisans, mothers, students, and creative individuals.
Larissa Loden is a team that believes when we come together as a community, we can make the world shine a little brighter. That’s just one of the reasons that each year they donate 5% of their profits to Cookie Cart, a nonprofit teaching teens life, leadership, and small business skills through experience and training in an urban bakery.