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Peter is trying to escape the jaws of the hungry wolf by climbing up the side of this necklace whilst his friend the little bird flutters just out of reach on the other side. Look closely and you will see the wolf has already eaten the unfortunate goose, but in his hurry he ate him whole and alive! Listen carefully and you may just hear him squabbling!

Peter, the wolf and the bird are hand-cut from thick black plastic and hang from a black plated nickel necklace. The largest piece is the wolf at 6cm long. He hangs at the base of the necklace, snapping at the heels of Peter. Peter is 4.5 cm tall and the bird is just 1cm. The goose is actually cut out of the wolf with the colour of your skin bringing him to life when worn.

Overall the necklace is around 20 inches long and fastens with a black plated clasp. Next to the clasp hangs a tiny glass and silver plate Mymble's Daughter crow charm. This one's extra special as he's white on a black background - the reverse of my usual tag.

The plastic pieces are fastened to the chain with black plated jumprings. Peter and the bird have a tendency to flip over whilst the necklace is being worn which is great because it's like the scene is moving. All pieces are double sided (shiny on one side and matt on the other) so they look fine on whichever side they end up on.

The plastic pieces are very strong but this is an art piece and a certain degree of care should be taken whilst wearing it.

This is a very special necklace. I like to think it might belong to a teacher like Miss Honey in Roald Dahl's Matilda.

Please see my store for more pendants, necklaces and charm designs...

The Mymble's Daughter is inspired by castles in the air, pirates, mermaids, secret islands, fairytales, little goth girls, black roses, midnight skies and other mysteries...
Peggy Seymour

Peter and the Wolf silhouette NECKLACE

Overview

  • Materials: plastic, chain, glass, silver
  • Feedback: 5581 reviews
  • Ships worldwide from London, United Kingdom
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