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Merfolk think human stories about mermaids wanting to live above the sea are silly. Clearly humans would prefer to live below, and not the other way around. The artwork of the merfolk is interwoven with their mythology; this one tells the tale of a young woman who caught a glimpse of a merman and fell deeply in love with him. For years she tried, sometimes with great hope and sometimes with great desperation, to hold her breath longer and longer, getting closer and closer to him until one day, finally, she swam deep enough to see him and reach for his hand. Scholars would have you believe that she merely drowned herself and her dying illusion was that of the merman's hand reaching back, but any artisan will tell you that the story ends in the strength of the heart, and the magic of true love.

131 (that is, ladies and gentlemen, one hundred and thirty-one) Swarovski crystals combined with a number of glass beads that I refuse to count make this massively sparkly--and yet nowhere near as heavy as I thought when I began the project. Every last bit of this necklace from the wire wrapping to the beadweaving is done by hand. The necklace expands from 12.75 inches all the way up to 17.5 inches (plus a very slight "give" to the netting itself), so it'll fit a variety of necks. Even so, chain extensions are always possible.

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Overview

  • Materials: glass seed beads, thread, silver coated wire, swarovski crystals, chain
  • Ships worldwide from United States
  • Feedback: 151 reviews
  • Favorited by: 6 people