NEW Sterling Station Rice Bead Necklace
Prod. Code: CRS1
This is our newest trending item and addition to our Rice Bead Collection! The Sterling Silver Adjustable Station Rice Bead Necklace accommodates a variety of styles and sizes. This necklace can be worn in a traditional manner by choosing a necklace length specific to your size. It can also be worn as an adjustable lariat design, styled to the front or back (should choose additional 2" length for this style). As pictured, clasp necklace between beads and it can be worn in multiple ways-making this the perfect layering necklace.
This is a beautiful piece, that gives the illusion of a gem-stone station necklace. It is Sterling Silver, with Rose Gold or Yellow Gold vermeil options. Be sure to choose your length and color when checking out. Prices will vary based on metal color.
During the Colonial Period, South Carolina was the largest producer of rice in America. The crop arrived in the area around 1685, when a ship sailed off course from the Island of Madagascar. Landing in Charleston for repairs, the Captain expressed his gratitude, by giving the Governor of the colony a handful of rice grains. From then on, rice became a primary export of Charleston. Today, rice still symbolizes Charleston's bountiful history and remains an iconic product to South Carolina.