The cord length of this necklace is a little more than 18 inches, including the handmade brass clasp. The pendant length, from where it is strung on the cord to the farthest dangle point, is approximately 3 inches.
The Story of the Young Siren’s Necklace
Have you ever wondered what a beautiful siren would wear as a necklace? I imagine this beautiful woman, confident and self-assured, wearing a necklace which capture the beauty around her, her personal journey… and also which represents her longing for the sailor for whom she sings her haunting song.
In this beautiful necklace I chose to represent the strength of the sailor for whom she sings with the carefully crafted yellow brass naval knot pendant, strung on leather cording. Then, I adorned the knot pendant with objects the siren might find symbolic of her journey: shells and wood (perhaps from boats which did not survive the journey to her).
This beautiful one-of-a-kind necklace is crafted for the gorgeous woman who is searching for a partner worthy of her love and the journey to her heart. It is lovingly crafted for a woman of such strength that she knows no matter how many loves may come her way, for good or bad, her beauty and inner mystery can never be diminished… and that there is no physical adornment which can ever outshine her.
This item comes with a FREE white gift box, for your gift-giving pleasure!
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Want to see the design I imagined an older siren would wear? Find it here: https://www.etsy.com/listing/108236068/handmade-copper-naval-knot-statement?
This design is part of my exclusive Sirens and Sailors Collection which supports Butterfly Sundries’ June-August 2014 Featured Charity, Grays Harbor Historical Seaport Authority (they receive 10% of the sale profits), a Washington state charity which offers educational, vocational, recreational and ambassadorial activities and experiences which promote and preserve the maritime history of Grays Harbor, the Pacific Northwest and our nation while serving the needs of the community.