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Sailors Valentine inspired framed PENDANT with Yellow Nerite Border & Seashell Flowers (Rectangular)

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Sailors Valentine inspired framed PENDANT with Yellow Nerite Border & Seashell Flowers (Rectangular)

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Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Materials: Vintage Lucine Cup shells, Ubonium Shells, Mongo Shells, Assorted petite shells, Swarovski Crystal, 1 x 2 inch Silver Plated Frame Pednant, Faux Pearl
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Wearing this silver framed pendant is like wearing a mini Sailors Valentine!

This intricate & detailed piece features a unique design with genuine seashells, all natural and gorgeous (I never dye my shells!) with sparkling Swarovski Crystals in the centres of the vintage Lucine cup shell flowers. The baby Lucine cup shells are from a shell collector, estimated to be from the 1920's - 1950's. Sadly, these petite white smooth shells are extremely rare nowadays.

A border of naturally Yellow Nerite and White Mongo (Littorina) shells frames the design, which boasts pearly Ubonium Shells, Turitella, a faux Pearl, brown Melissa shells and many more petite baby shells in an intricate array of sea lovelies!

This one of a kind Sailors Valentine inspired pendant (1" x 2") is silver plated and nickel free and does NOT come with a chain, but can be slipped easily onto YOUR favorite one. It will look equally stunning on either a long OR short chain.

Also included is a complimentary gift box and story card about Sailor's Valentines*, my inspiration for this piece.

NOTE: the last photo shows some other pieces like this one in progress. My Sailors Valentine inspired framed pendants are intricate works of wearable art & I do take custom order requests. If you have any petite shells of your own (sentimental or souvenir) I would be amiable to including them in YOUR custom design. Contact me for more details!

*More about Sailor's Valentines:
Seashell collages featuring hearts and flowers are also known as Sailor’s Valentines. The origins of the Sailor’s Valentine date back to the 1800’s, when the majority were crafted by natives of Barbados. Sailors, most of them from here in New England, made them or bought them as a token of their affection for their loved ones back home
Wearing this silver framed pendant is like wearing a mini Sailors Valentine!

This intricate & detailed piece features a unique design with genuine seashells, all natural and gorgeous (I never dye my shells!) with sparkling Swarovski Crystals in the centres of the vintage Lucine cup shell flowers. The baby Lucine cup shells are from a shell collector, estimated to be from the 1920's - 1950's. Sadly, these petite white smooth shells are extremely rare nowadays.

A border of naturally Yellow Nerite and White Mongo (Littorina) shells frames the design, which boasts pearly Ubonium Shells, Turitella, a faux Pearl, brown Melissa shells and many more petite baby shells in an intricate array of sea lovelies!

This one of a kind Sailors Valentine inspired pendant (1" x 2") is silver plated and nickel free and does NOT come with a chain, but can be slipped easily onto YOUR favorite one. It will look equally stunning on either a long OR short chain.

Also included is a complimentary gift box and story card about Sailor's Valentines*, my inspiration for this piece.

NOTE: the last photo shows some other pieces like this one in progress. My Sailors Valentine inspired framed pendants are intricate works of wearable art & I do take custom order requests. If you have any petite shells of your own (sentimental or souvenir) I would be amiable to including them in YOUR custom design. Contact me for more details!

*More about Sailor's Valentines:
Seashell collages featuring hearts and flowers are also known as Sailor’s Valentines. The origins of the Sailor’s Valentine date back to the 1800’s, when the majority were crafted by natives of Barbados. Sailors, most of them from here in New England, made them or bought them as a token of their affection for their loved ones back home

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