Ever feel like you want to go surfing?
I’ve got to be honest, I can’t surf but I’ve always wondered what it would be like, what it would feel like? My imagination may have run wild as I can imagine myself on a big wave surfing it, hence my creation. The feel of freedom and adrenaline that I imagine goes along with it, combine this with the light teal grey colour of this piece and its like being in tropical waters……a girl can dream right!
This is the perfect beach wear jewellery and when you can’t be by the beach this will help you feel connected to it. It will look amazing casual or dressed up. Its unusual colour and design will suit any occasion/outfit.
Surfing The Curve
Only one available, please only select one from the quantity box, thank you.
Light teal grey is 2.5 on the rarity scale of 1-4. It is made from depression era glassware, late 1800’s/early 1900’s mineral bottle and ink bottles etc.
The front and back is left open so you can feel the full the smoothness of the glass and see the light shine through. It is encased in recycled fine silver, attached to a sterling silver wave and
hangs on a sterling silver chain.
Pendant weighs 2.2g, the sea glass measures 1.4x1.3cm maximum dimensions and the wave is approximately 3.8cm long. The complete pendant hangs on an 18inch chain.