Greek leather adjustable length cord - Ancient Walrus Ivory tool Fossil - Natural Quartz bead - Rare clay bead - Sterling Silver maker's tag - Genuine Gemstone Bead (African Garnet).
A truly unique neckpiece that features a rare tool Fossil remnant (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 isolated region of the arctic. This tool remnant provided an IMPORTANT INCOME SOURCE for the descendants of this foreboding region and this FAIR TRADE Fossil was gathered in accordance with all federal and state regulations and is an EARTH FRIENDLY ALTERNATIVE to live animal Ivory.
Rare, freeform clay 'buttons' gathered from the shores of Lake Champlain in Vermont (formed as clay swirled around weed and grass blades) create a calming, wearable art, human - earth connection for your wardrobe and life.
An African Garnet and maker's tag finish the ends and float gently across your shoulders with a light soft touch.
length adjusts from 24" -36" - Fossil is 3" long.