Macaque Monkey Pendant Necklace


Cheeky macaque necklace made from laser cut perspex

Free UK Delivery on orders over £50

Macaques are, after humans, the most widespread primates in the world - theres a fact to tell your friends. Inquisitive in nature, we love them - which is why we've celebrated them in our Monkey Kingdom collection.

This easy-to-wear pendant features a cheeky Macaque swinging from a 22" silver plated chain. It has been carefully assembled by hand from pieces of dusky coloured laser cut perspex, the material has a lovely matte finish. Our inquisitive macaque also has jet black Swarovski crystal eyes - all the better to see you with.

  • • Laser cut acrylic
  • • 7cm (h)
  • • 22" silver plated chain
  • • Handmade in Sussex, England
  • • Presented in a Little Moose gift Box

Little Moose create imaginative design-led products that enjoy a mix of playful exuberance and unique style. Our designs retain a strong character design and illustrative influence. We work in laser cut perspex and other materials, as well as creating statement handbags and accessories.

  • Orders are usually dispatched within 3-5 working days via Royal Mail First or Recorded Delivery.
  • Standard UK delivery is £3.00 but FREE on orders over £50
  • Orders within the EU are £6 and may take up to 10 working days to reach their destination.
  • Orders outside the EU are £15 and may take up to 10 working days to reach their destination.
  • As our laser cut jewellery is made by hand, during busy periods such as sales or holidays, please allow extra time for your order to be dispatched.
  • If you are not completely happy with your purchase, simply return the items in their original condition within 10 days of receipt and we will issue a full refund (excluding original delivery charge), or exchange the item if preferred.
  • Faulty items can be returned within 60 days for a full refund (including original delivery charge and cost of returning the item)
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