This beautiful necklace features a tiny square bead hand formed out of solid sterling silver to create a fun, three-dimensional pendant. It’s simple, clean and eye-catching - perfect for everyday wear.
- 16" 100% sterling silver snake chain. - Produced by the designer in Portland, Oregon - By Hannah Naomi
Ash & Rose now offers free options for shipping AND returns! We've also extended our return policy to 90 days, so you have plenty of time to decide.
We'll ship your order of $100 or more for free to any USA or Canadian address when you choose the Free Shipping option. All other orders will have shipping fees calculated at checkout. We do ship internationally and fees are calculated at checkout.
We're also offering free return postage on all domestic orders when you choose to receive an exchange or store credit. For a refund back to your original form of payment, you can print a return shipping label for a flat fee of $5.95, or ship yourself using a carrier of your choice. International customers must handle their own return shipments.
Visit our Returns Portal for complete details and to initiate your return.
Hannah Naomi was created in 2010 by Hannah Naomi Cohen. The line is rooted in minimalism and simplicity and encourages customers to layer pieces together and mix and match their jewelry to create their own unique look. The popular ultra thin stacking rings are the minimalist foundation for all of Hannah Naomi’s designs.
The brand’s design aesthetic is inspired by women whose jewelry is a part of their personality. With every new piece she creates, Hannah is inspired by the idea that it will be loved and cherished. Her hope is that this jewelry line enhances her customer’s confidence and enriches their sense of style.
Hannah Naomi Cohen was born in Vienna, Austria and currently resides in Portland, Oregon. Every piece is hand-crafted with care by the designer herself. She rides her bike each day to her sunlit studio, and minimizes her environmental impact by avoiding the use of toxic substances and recycling her scrap metals.