One-of-a-kind necklace made from sterling silver, sodalite, pearl, and shell. 16-inch - 17.25-inch length. 98%+ reclaimed materials. Metals, stones, shells, coral, etc., and metals are reclaimed. Silk is the only new material.
Special care instructions: Gently hand-wash. A silver cleaner may be used for chains, clasps, charms, and settings. Be sure to follow the instructions on the label.
Eric AhernSawyer founded Jewels of The New Antiquity and specializes in designing unique jewelry, each piece being one-of-a-kind artwork. By re-using gems and precious metals, he brings modern design treatments, old-world craftsmanship, and the urgency to protect our environment with uncompromising standards. These pieces of wearable art were designed and constructed by Eric AhernSawyer. He obtained his BA at Marylhurst University in Environmental Science and MS.c. in Conservation Biology at Antioch University New England. As an eco-jeweler, Eric practices sustainability & conservation using his knowledge of minerals and his life-long love of art. Eric sources his fine jewelry materials to support non-profits, local small businesses, and estates.