Finished to a high polish, this intricately detailed handmade silver scallop shell talisman pendant will add a touch of feminine magic to your everyday.
Handmade silver seashell measures 2cm
999 fine silver seashell
925 sterling silver 18-inch chain
Inspired by summer days on the beach and cool sea breezes, this handmade silver seashell pendant is the perfect way to add a little sunshine to your day.
A symbol of power, the scallop shell symbolises Aphrodite who was born from the foam of the sea and out of a scallop shell. Long associated with powerful women and the magic of the ocean, the scallop shell is often seen adorning mermaids in folklore.
The perfect jewellery gift for your favourite land mermaid, someone who loves the beach and the magic of the ocean. This pretty silver pendant is inspired by mermaids and the lost city of Atlantis.
This beautiful handmade silver seashell pendant is part of the ocean inspired jewellery collection.
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Second purchase, really pleased with the detail of this shell, have recieved lots of compliments
This necklace is just so delicate and pretty - looks elegant simply on its own or layered with other pieces which is what I tend to do. It’s so beautifully made, i defo get more joy buying handmade jewellery by smaller independent brands : )
I have purchased some amazing jewelry from Lynsey in the past.so well made and I allways get lots of lovley comments when I wear it.it’s such good quality and would make the perfect gift
Did you know?
- According the National Geographic, in 1493, sailing off the coast of Hispaniola, Christopher Columbus spotted three sirens or mermaids, he documented that they were not as beautiful as they legend due to the large and slightly masculine features. Today we consider Columbus’ sighting to have been of manatees.
- "On the previous day [8 Jan 1493], when the Admiral went to the Rio del Oro [Haiti], he said he quite distinctly saw three mermaids, which rose well out of the sea; but they are not so beautiful as they are said to be, for their faces had some masculine traits." (Voyages of Columbus 218)."
- The oldest known seashell collection was found in Pompeii and dates back to 74AD. The collector gathered these seashells for no other reason than their beauty and the collection was made of shell from around the world including the distant waters of the Red Sea.
The scallop shell is also known as the Shell of Saint James, or The Pilgrim’s Shell. Christian pilgrims would travel to Santiago and when they arrived, they would pick a scallop to show that they had finished their journey and to use as a lucky charm.