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This is a fossil bivalve from a patch of private land near the Oregon central coast. It was collected with permission, and I have oiled it with olive oil and then nestled it in cream-twine macrame.
The fossils here are pre-cambrian, mostly. I find these bivalves and some gastropod fossils here at times.

I've also left a large window in the knots for you to touch the stone's surface and ground yourself. I use a similar stone for my anxiety, touching it and bringing myself into the present moment.
No metal of any kind is used in the construction of this item.
The serrated surface of the shell itself is on one side, and the other side is flattened by the waves but has a consistently rough texture. Very soothing in the hand.

Ships wrapped well, with tracking. If you are ordering more than one pendant, please message me about bulk discounts.

Last photo of herring gulls taken near Lost Creek, from a private patch of land, in July 2012.

macrame beach stone pendant, fossil bivalve pendant with macrame tether


Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Materials: strong cream twine, natural rock, olive oil, waterproof paint
  • Ships worldwide from United States
  • Feedback: 38 reviews
  • Favorited by: 8 people