Tool Fossil shard, hand woven Sterling 'nestling' and Cultured Pearls. Low tarnish, Sterling - Argentium 30" chain with rare clay 'buttons' from the shores of Lake Champlain, Vermont.
A truly unique neckpiece with rare, tool Fossil shard (2,000 yrs. old) from the Bering Sea island of St. Lawrence near northern Siberia.
Ancient Yupik carvers used walrus ivory to create every-day tools of survival in this foreboding region of the arctic. Yupik teens gather the cast offs for an IMPORTANT INCOME SOURCE in this isolated location. The unique, FAIR TRADE Fossil was gathered in accordance with all federal and state regulations and is an EARTH FRIENDLY ALTERNATIVE to live animal Ivory.
An oxidized, hand wrapped 'nestling' in Sterling Silver protects a small cultured Pearl and two rare, clay 'buttons' from the shores of Lake Champlain (formed long ago by swirling current around grass blades) rounds out this testimony to the human - earth connection.
Elegant, spiritual and sophisticated...'Provider' has a 30" Sterling -Argentium cable chain, that is the perfect compliment to this piece.