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Enceladus is the sixth-largest of the moons of Saturn and was discovered in 1789. it is one of only three outer Solar System bodies (along with Jupiter's moon Io and Neptune's moon Triton) where active eruptions have been observed. Analysis has fueled speculations that Enceladus may be important in the study of astrobiology. (Life outside Earth).

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A statement necklace of oceanic influences! A large shell from the north east coast of England has been drilled and hung with various natural and reclaimed objects including sea urchin spine, freshwater pearl, Kuchi charms, glass and stone beads. A silver tone moon from a vintage necklace provides connection to the chain, a pairing of odd vintage styles which closes with a ring clasp off centre.

A long piece at 24.5 inches, it can be shortened to request.

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All my work is made from recycled, reclaimed, vintage, antique and salvaged material- as little as possible is new. I use new wire and findings (for hygiene purposes) and the occasional new bought crystal, which I try to source responsibly. Every piece is one of a kind- there are times when I may be able to make something similar, you are welcome to convo me and see what can be done.

For more rustic assemblage jewelry as well as photography and artisan textile kits, please visit my shop: http://www.sparrowsalvage.etsy.com

Enceladus - assembalge necklace - cluster charm - ocean theme - shells - tribal sci fi

Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Materials: shell, pearl, metal, glass
  • Ships worldwide from Melbourne, Australia
  • Feedback: 508 reviews
  • Favorited by: 129 people