Hand crafted wooden vintage cuisenaire counting rod necklace.
Made in Melbourne, Australia.
Upcycled, vintage wooden cuisenaire counting rods drilled and combined with other vintage wooden beads, strung onto a strand of genuine leather or Japanese cord.
Cuisenaire rods were used in many Australian primary schools as mathematical teaching aid. Originally conceived in the 1920's by a Belgian school teacher, Georges Cuisenaire (1891-1975), and popularised again in the 1950's.
Adjustable to 45cm long, varies from 16cm-22cm across and 5cm-8cm long rods