Decorative Macrame Pendant with Embroidered Gold Crown
This unique decorative pendant exhibits the beauty of Korean macrame and embroidery. The unique form of the central piece is conceived from one of the greatest masterpieces of Silla Dynasty (57 B.C.-935 A.D.) gold crown presented in a large picture. The edges of the crown are beautifully embroidered with gold threads, adding beautiful panache to this pendant.
This kind of macrame works called Norigae with knots, embroidery and tassels has been used as a customary fashion item worn on the breast tie or the waist of hanbok, the traditional Korean dress. As shown in a picture, it can be used as various modern fashion or home decor items.