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In Celtic and British folklore, there were ways that ordinary mortals were able to see the faerie folk in our own earthly dimension, peer into the faerie dimension, and even pass through into the faerie realm. *One of these was a magical ring or pendant that was transparent, like glass. The image is from a Victorian or Edwardian fairy tale illustration, but I don't know the illustrator's name.

This beautiful pendant looks like such a device, with its thick domed surface and fairy art suspended from freshwater pearls, faceted glass, and finely wrought, oxidized chain. The thickness of the resin mimics lead crystal without the danger of breakage or weight. The light passes through and adds the illusion of dimension, as if looking into pools of clear spring water.

The reverse side is a warm burnished golden hue, embossed with the patterns of leaves, as if this pendant was found resting on the forest floor, left by the Fae. This is some sort of polymer clay, meaning it wont be cold against the skin.

18 inches, graceful artisan style brass hook and eye closure.
Pendant measured 1.75 inches at widest point

*The other was an actual ring, which could be made of metal, wood, or even formed with the fingers, or a hand placed on the hip (forming a portal in the empty space between arm and torso)

Window Into Faerie necklace