Each pendant is less than .25" in diameter and has a red silk cord 16" long
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Minimalism at its finest.
An homage to the Japanese philosophy of wabi-sabi -- a reflection of nature's unadorned beauty and acceptance of its transience and imperfection -- this one of a kind necklace is forged by dropping a stream of pure molten liquid sterling silver into water.
The resulting asymmetrical shape is as unique as a raindrop or snowflake... and can never be replicated. Paired with a striking red cord symbolizing good luck, protection + joy, that means whatever distinctive shape you end up wearing was meant: Only. For. You.
Margaret Solow finds inspiration from art, travel, philosophy, and nature. Whether it is a modern painting, a bird resting on a branch, or the Japanese philosophy of wabi-sabi, her jewelry expresses these elements by distilling them to the simplest visual form. Integral to her business is a deep commitment to responsible manufacturing practices, which includes using sustainable elements and non-conflict gemstones to create her handmade jewelry.