Orang Utan Orange Necklace
The literal meaning of "orang utan" is jungle people. Did you know that orang utan consume more than 400 varieties of food? This endangered species can be found in Sumatra and Borneo island in Indonesia.
It slips over your head, no clasping or tying necessary. It is completely adjustable using the fastening bead at the back of the necklace.
Made from resin; this design is available in 2 colours.
Length - 92 cm, Weight - 18 grams
Our item is individually crafted by hand and we are committed to delivering the highest quality possible. But please be aware that slight variations in textures, grains, colors, shapes, and other minor imperfections may occur. These natural variations are an inherent part of the handmade process and should not be considered as defects.
RESIN: To clean, gently wipe the item with a soft, dry cloth. If necessary, use a damp cloth for deeper cleaning.
Store the item in a cool, dry place away from direct sunlight. Prolonged exposure to sunlight can cause a yellow hue to develop, especially on lighter colors.
Over time, the resin may appear to "dry" and fine lines may appear on the surface. If this happens, apply a small amount of oil (we recommend using baby oil) to the piece and gently wipe it with a soft cloth. This will rejuvenate the item's surface.
Remember to always handle the item with care and follow these instructions to maintain its beauty and longevity.
Wood: Avoid exposing the wood jewelry to excessive moisture. Remove it before swimming, bathing, or engaging in activities that may cause excessive sweating.
Clean the wood jewelry gently with a soft, dry cloth to remove any dust or dirt. Avoid using harsh chemicals or abrasive cleaners that may damage the coloured surface.
Store the wood jewelry in a cool, dry place, ideally in a jewelry box or pouch, to protect it from scratches or other damage. Keep it separate from other jewelry to prevent tangling or rubbing against harder materials.
Please exercise gentle handling when dealing with our fragile pieces. They are fragile and susceptible to damage, particularly if dropped from a height.