The Taaseen necklace is a one of a kind statement piece. It is made with sustainable coral, amethyst, and a vintage coin for a traditional Chachal. The circumference of the inner necklace measures 20", and the outer is 22".
Amethyst was once used as one of the most precious stones used throughout much of the world, and was often thought to help purify the mind and detoxify body and spirit.
The Chachal is of extreme significance to the heritage of the Mayan people and has evolved through the centuries. In pre-Colombian times within Mayan culture, the Chachal was worn by men and women as a way to portray status and wealth, as well as a reflection of one’s own connection to the divine. When the Spaniards arrived in what is now South America, amidst much conflict, assimilation of both cultures intertwined around each other and the cultural significance of the Chachal evolved. The Chacales are made with low grade silver which will patina or can be easily polished. The heirloom collection is meant to honor this history, and the importance it has had for the Mayan people as it has been passed down through generations, with the hope of continuing the legacy for many generations to come.
Shipping & Returns
Shipping & Returns
Orders are shipped Monday through Friday and typically ship within 3 business days.
Depending on the shipping speed you choose, shipping typically takes 2-5 days domestically from the ship date (not the order date). However, shipping carriers can experience unexpected delays outside of our control, so we can’t guarantee delivery timeframes, and can only provide estimates.
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Humo y Espejos is a socially conscious brand that partners with artisans to create chic, sustainable fashion. We are committed to giving back and empowering our artisans through fair wages, education, and health care. Our goal is to provide beautiful, well-made clothing while preserving traditional artisanal techniques. Our name, which means smoke and mirrors in Spanish, is a metaphor for how we are all the same and capable of creating a positive change in the world.