The ANÈ ankle bracelet is part of the Terre collection, inspired by my origins, New Caledonia, a small French island located in the Pacific. Each piece is a translation of New Caledonia's culture, spirituality and imagery. It embodies through a small piece of jewelry my island's core values, such as generosity, faith, groundedness and more.
Inspired by traditional dances outfits from the Pacific Ocean, this raw jewelry brings a sense of direction and faith to its wearer. WATA means "to put, lay down on the ground" in Kanak dialect (New Caledonia).
The piece is about 27cm in diameter. The cuff is made out of sterling silver rod and chain. It has a simple closing mechanism, a clasp and jump ring. It can be worn both on a boot or on bare foot.
Every Naula's piece is handmade in a goldsmith workshop in the Netherlands. It means that your piece is unique. Items are made-to-order and, as such, they may take up to three weeks to produce. If you're in a rush or would like another particular stone paired with this design, just shoot through an email, and we'll see what we can do.