Mainichi

Cuisenaire Rods Necklace by Mainichi

"Cuisenaire"

A necklace created from recycled, vintage wooden cuisenaire counting rods, drilled and combined with other vintage wooden beads, strung onto a strand of genuine leather.

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.

 

Size: adjustable to 45cm from back of neck, group of beads vary from 16cm - 22cm wide and 5cm - 8cm long

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Mainichi is the studio of designer and artist Dearne Mills.  Since 2004 Dearne has been designing and handmaking unique jewellery pieces using mostly recycled, salvaged, upcycled and unusual materials.

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Mainichi is a Melbourne based design practice encompassing jewellery, objects and interior design. Created by designer and artist, Dearne Mills.

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