This necklace is made from the handles of a real Gigli saw, and the beading is designed to look like tiny saw blades. If you're not familiar with Gigli saws, they are used in the medical profession, generally for amputation. One wraps the flexible saw blade around a bone or limb, and the handles are moved rapidly back and forth to cut the bone cleanly. If you've seen "Hereditary," you've seen one in action. When the mother is in the attic, this is the kind of saw she is using on her neck. It only made sense to turn it into a necklace.
It can be worn single-stranded, or double-looped as shown. It is "fastened" by simply twisting the strands together. I prefer it with one side hanging slightly lower than the other, or you can twist them evenly. It measures 47" long, handles included, and will fit any neck size.
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