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Elven Leaf Necklace

195.00
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Elven Leaf Necklace

195.00
  • One-off piece of wearable art.

  • Signed on the reverse.

  • Carved entirely by hand in ancient English Oak.

  • Responsibly foraged, wind fallen wood.

  • Height: 3.2cm (1.3in).

  • Width: 10.5cm (4in).

Individually designed and hand carved by knife, the pendant is a unique piece of jewellery; a one off piece of art, signed by Giles Newman and never to be reproduced. Ideal as a gift for a loved one or as an heirloom item to pass down for generations to come.

The pendant can fit on chains up to 2mm thick (not supplied) via the eyelet attachment points on the reverse. Larger chains can be accommodated using split rings.

The Oak for this necklace was responsibly sourced from a farmers field near to my home in Lancashire, UK. Having fallen in winter storms a few years ago, the landowner offered me access and use of the 400 year old Oak tree for my carving work.

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  • One-off piece of wearable art.

  • Signed on the reverse.

  • Carved entirely by hand in ancient English Oak.

  • Responsibly foraged, wind fallen wood.

  • Height: 3.2cm (1.3in).

  • Width: 10.5cm (4in).

Individually designed and hand carved by knife, the pendant is a unique piece of jewellery; a one off piece of art, signed by Giles Newman and never to be reproduced. Ideal as a gift for a loved one or as an heirloom item to pass down for generations to come.

The pendant can fit on chains up to 2mm thick (not supplied) via the eyelet attachment points on the reverse. Larger chains can be accommodated using split rings.

The Oak for this necklace was responsibly sourced from a farmers field near to my home in Lancashire, UK. Having fallen in winter storms a few years ago, the landowner offered me access and use of the 400 year old Oak tree for my carving work.