This handmade, one of a kind necklace features a fine silver ring with a hand stamped design around the edges. A beautiful mix of charms dangle below.
A black Czech glass heart paired with light blue African glass, wrapped in fine silver.
A natural (found) black beach stone, wrapped in fine silver wire. Found along the WA coast near the Hoh Rainforest. I chose this little stone for it's shape and silky smooth matte black appearance. I noticed this stone looks much like a foot... thinking it could well be a **Milagros.
And finally, a beautiful sterling silver heart stamping. Cast by a small company here in the Pacific Northwest.
Double sterling silver rings attach the charm dangles to an extra long beaded chain. The chain is 36" long. Light blue African glass beads adorn the length. Wrapped into the chain with sterling silver wire. Accented with faceted *Hill Tribe silver beads.
The clasps is a sterling silver lobster type, 12mm.
* Hill Tribe Silver - beads and pendants are made by the Karen Hill Tribe silversmiths in northern Thailand using traditional tribal methods. Each piece is made by hand using primitive tools, so each one is a unique work of art.
** Milagros are folk charms that are traditionally used for healing purposes and as votive offerings in Mexico, the southern United States.
Rustic, earthy, natural Black River Rocks are hand picked by me. Once a year I...
This necklace features a stack of natural, found river rocks. Found on the beach of...