Mactrida Shell Rock Pool pendant

Mactrida Shell Rock Pool pendant

$35.00Price

I have used a Mactrida shell that I picked up on Sipiada Beach on Evia Island, Greece for this rock pool pendant. I also found the tiny pebble, and seaweed at the water's edge.  I've added two tiny white shells and a spiral made of two strands of twisted sterling silver wire.  These have been set into layers of aqua clear and white uv resing to create a pretty rock pool effect.

The bail has been made with sterling silver wire that I've draped in a wave pattern and finished with a tiny spiral at the back.

  • TERMS AND CONDITIONS

    WHAT YOU RECEIVE

    • Each hand-crafted piece comes in a sealable gift bag with a handwritten note explaining where I found the items used in the piece.
    • Cost of individual pieces reflect materials used and time taken to create these unique designs.
    • All pendants come with a ‘faux’ leather adjustable cord (while stocks last)

    CURRENCY

    • Prices are in US Dollars

    POSTAGE & HANDLING

    • Postage & handling of $10 will be added for the first piece. $2 for every extra piece will be added to the total cost.
    • I pack everything safely and mail carefully but I am not responsible for order once it is mailed.
    • Where possible I will provide you with a tracking number for your shipment.

    RETURNS

    • If you are not happy with your jewellery, I will refund the paid cost of the jewellery (less original P&H cost) once I receive the returned item/s (to be mailed to me at your cost). Item/s must be returned unworn.
  • CARE FOR YOUR MERMAID’S TREASURE

    • Clean silver with a silver polishing cloth.
    • Polish resin with a soft cloth.
    • Sea glass can be given a polish with a light wipe of baby oil
    • Do not get acid (vinegar etc) on any shells or pearls as they could dissolve!
    • Handle glass bottles carefully as glass can break!
    • Special care instructions for any individual pieces will be included in the Note that comes with each piece.

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