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Superfertile country necklaces

Superfertile necklaces are wearable tourist posters for countries like Iraq, Haiti, and Lebanon.


Jewelry designer Kali Arulpragasam, sister of the musician M.I.A., has constructed a line of necklaces that graphically depict nine countries from around the world, including Iraq, Haiti, and Lebanon. The handmade necklaces, each of which takes nearly 10 days to complete, are like wearable tourist posters for the international destinations. The Iraq piece in particular would make a great gift for the politicians in your life, many of whom could probably use a visual depiction of the country hanging around their necks.From $700superfertile.com
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