THE LIESBET I (gold)
Named after one of our oldest friends and her beautiful head of golden red hair (and her ever fiery of personalities), the Liesbet features golden-hued biwa and keshi pearls set on a 9 ct gold long hook that follows and flatters the curve of the neck.
The biwa and keshi pearls used in the Liesbet vary in diameter (the keshi pearls are approximately 10-12 mm; the biwa pearl sticks are approximately 16 mm). The 9ct gold hook is approximately 70 mm in length.
Each pearl is made by nature, unique, and may therefore be slightly different in size, shape, or hue to the image(s) shown. These variations enhance the unique beauty of the piece.
The Liesbet is also available with white keshi and potato pearls set on sterling silver – email us for more information.
THE LIESBET I (gold)
Policies and Information
We use sustainable, locally-made packaging that can be recycled and reused. Our beautiful cloth pearl bags are made by our friend Mala, a local seamstress from Langa.
Returns & Exchanges
We want all of our customers to be happy with purchases made at Kippie. However, if you receive any products that you are not wholly satisfied with, you may contact us within 48 hours of receiving it.
We make use of Fastway Couriers to get your order to you. Shipments are done once a week; the delivery lead time in South Africa is between five (5) and ten (10) working days, depending on location and time of order. For international orders, email the team.
From round to baroque, whatever the size, shape or colour, Kippie celebrates pearls in all their natural wonder. Just like the dynamic and inspiring individuals they adorn. Just like you.
The Kippie commitment
Kippie believes good pearls should be seen, should be touched, and should be tried on. We therefore go to extra lengths to ensure the superior quality of each and every pearl that makes its way through the studio before making its way to you.
We use sustainable, locally-made packaging that can be recycled and reused. Our beautiful cloth pearl bags are made by our friend Mala, from her home in Langa.