Fiona Herbst combines utility and drama on

Ireland’s Fiona Herbst combines utility and drama with a simple closure. The dotted and bead fits perfectly. Maybe Fiona will tell us how she keeps the bead from pulling through.

The look is very modern. See the rest of her line of trendy pieces on Facebook and Instagram.

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  • reply Diane ,


    • reply silva na bates ,

      Beautiful work!

      • reply Diane ,

        I re-thought my idea that a magnet is the secret: I’m now thinking that you slide the large piece down to the “plug” and gravity/weight holds it in place. Delightful!

        • reply Bettina Welker ,

          • reply Diane ,

            I agree. I figured out, many days later, that gravity does the job. Thanks.

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