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Dim vales—and shadowy floods—
And cloudy-looking woods,
Whose forms we can't discover
For the tears that drip all over
Huge moons there wax and wane—
Again—again—again—
Every moment of the night
Forever changing places—
And they put out the star-light
With the breath from their pale faces.

(Edgar Allan Poe, excerpt Fairyland)

The Tuatha de Danaan are believed to be the original, primordial fairy spirits of Ireland, existing in a parallel realm to ours with connecting portals near fairy mounds and barrows.

This original bezel setting holds edges of brightly polished fine silver amidst darkly antiqued shadows. The cabochon of blue fire labradorite is a rare museum treasure; it emits otherworldly blues as it flashes. The stone is captured by a sterling silver cathedral bezel.

Faceted black onyx hangs beneath and the darkened sterling chain is adorned by black spinel, mystic black and vibrant blue Czech pearls.

The necklace measures 17.5" with an additional 1.75" extender at the clasp. The pendant is 2.25" high; or 2.75" high if you include the onyx drop.


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Arrives packaged in a gift box and ships within 1-3 business days of receipt of payment.

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© Elements & Artifacts 2011.

Tuatha de Danaan ... OOAK Bezel Pendant

Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Materials: fine silver, silver metal clay, sterling silver, bezel wire, labradorite, cabochon, wire, chain, black onyx, black spinel, czech glass pearl
  • Ships worldwide from United States
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