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"Maybe I would become a mermaid... I would live in the swirling blue-green currents, doing exotic underwater dances for the fish, kissed by sea anemones, caressed by seaweed shawls. I would have a dolphin friend. He would have merry eyes and thick flesh of a god. My fingernails would be tiny shells and my skin would be like jade with light shining through it I would never have to come back up."

— Francesca Lia Block

This is a favorite piece of mine from a new collection I'm working on that will be rolling out in February. The collection is inspired by The Sea, Dragonflies, Fairy Tales, Myths, Fables from different cultures and, of course, dreams.

This necklace is made up of a {1"} Iridescent Blue Mother of Pearl Shell, and an Antiqued Brass Mermaid charm, {2" by .5"} From the necklace (22" a frosty creamy gold plated chain} hangs a 2-3" strand of delicate milky white beads and charms.

This piece is entirely magical... inspired by Dreams, Maxfield Parrish paintings, the Moon, love, and The Sea.

Only by living absurdly is it possible to break out of this infinite absurdity.

- Julio Cortazar

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The Mermaid and The Moon


  • Materials: shell, metal, brass, beads
  • Ships worldwide from United States
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