Cockle Shell with Freshwater Pearls Drop earrings Silver Clay Cockle shell with freshwater pearls drop earrings.Move pointer over picture to zoom in.
Please be aware that if any jewellery piece is sold, then another can be made specially for you. Freshwater Pearls can be in colours of your choice - please contact me for details.
Large Margate Muscle Shell with Raised Trails on Green Leather Thong Silver Clay large Margate muscle shell with raised trails outlining shape on green leather thong.Move pointer over picture to zoom in.
Large Margate Muscle Shell with Raised Trails on a Freshwater Pearls and Sterling Silver Necklace Silver Clay large Margate muscle shell with raised trails on a necklace of freshwater pearls and wavy sterling silver tubes.Move pointer over picture to zoom in.
Hand Carved Mermaid, Coralia, with Freshwater Pearl on Coral Bead Necklace Silver Clay hand carved mermaid, Coralia, with freshwater pearl on coral bead necklace with sterling silver shell clasp.Move pointer over picture to zoom in.
Hand Carved Mermaid, Lorelei, with Anchor on Freshwater Pearl Sterling Silver Necklace Silver Clay hand carved mermaid, Lorelei, with anchor on a freshwater pearls and sterling silver dolphin necklace. The mermaid is lies obliquely to enhance the movement of the mermaid.Move pointer over picture to zoom in.
Hand Carved Mermaid, Sabrina, with Muscle Shell on Sterling Silver Necklace Silver Clay hand carved mermaid, Sabrina, with muscle shell on a sterling silver necklace and pearl.Move pointer over picture to zoom in.
The necklace features a mermaid called Coralia which is taken from the 19th century ballet and has a similar story to that of The Little Mermaid
The doomed in his drifting shallop, Is tranced with the sad sweet tone, He sees not the yawing breakers, He sees but the maid alone: The pitiless billwos engulf him!- So perish sailor and bark; And this, with her baleful singing, Is the Lorelei's gruesome work. Mark Twain (1880)
...Sabrina fair Listen where thou art sitting Under the glassie, cool, translucent wave, In twisted braids of Lillies knitting The loose train of thy amber-dropping hair, Listen for dear honour's sake, Goddess of the silver lake, Listen and save. John Milton