Flower of the Temple


Purple Abalone Paua Shell Stone Sterling Silver Artisan Necklace Pendant Flower Nature Garden Lover Wildflower Inspired Rainbow Patina

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“Flower of the Temple”

Copyright 2018

Deep within a dense forest, at the farthest reaches of the earth, an ancient temple in ruins can be found. Overgrown with luscious vines and wildflowers abound, unseen by human eyes for many centuries. If you listen carefully, ancient chants can be heard, amongst the sounds of the birds and animals. This is a place of pure Zen, a place deep within the heart. Nature flows harmoniously, a cycle of death, life and hope. This sweet little flower pendant styled in an old world charm is a reminder of never ending spirit.

The overlay piece is entirely hand fabricated using solid sterling silver and fine silver sawtooth for the bezel. I finished the metal with a soft satin brushed finish, and applied a rainbow patina on the frontside. The perfect small focal stone is all natural purple Paua (Abalone) Shell sourced from New Zealand. It has a phenomenal iridescent quality that reminds me of some Opals. It perfectly compliments the patina! I could have used Amethyst instead, but this Paua is extraordinary.

A few of the listing photos shows the pendant paired with a 4mm thick leather cord necklace just to give a good visual as to how the pendant hangs. The pendant does not include a chain or necklace.
All of my photography is taken in my preference of the natural lighting. Colors may vary slightly on monitors and devices.

The following measurements are approximate as no two pendants are exactly identical. The photos are a representation of the piece you will receive.

Overall Length 1.73″
Widest 1.00″
Double Oval Shaped Jump Ring Bail Opening 0.19″x0.29
**Comes with an 18″ Sterling Silver Chain that is on the dainty side**

Artisan Hallmark Stamped
Stamped Sterling

Will arrive in a gift box and packaged with class and care

USPS Priority Mail Small Flat Rate Box Standard; Tracking Number Included


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