999-fine silver seahorse pendant
Pendant measures 2.3cm x 1cm
Suspended from an 18-inch 925-sterling silver curb
Gold vermeil collar
Each pendant is carved in 999-fine silver clay. Silver clay is 99.9% pure silver and doesn’t tarnish as easily as Sterling Silver. Silver clay is made from recycled silver particles so is fantastically eco-friendly and sustainable.
This beautiful handmade silver seahorse pendant is part of the ocean inspired jewellery collection.
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Beautiful and unusual seahorse necklace, absolutely love it .
Thank you! So pretty
Bought as a gift, came beautifully wrapped and was really lovely quality. Thank you
Did you know?
- In mythology seahorses are often depicted as a mermaid’s favourite companion, these fascinating creatures have an unusual equine shape that makes them clumsy swimmers, they propel themselves using a small fin on their back which flutters 35 times per second.
- Seahorses are monogamous and mate for life – let someone know they are your seahorse by gifting them this romantic jewellery gift!
Part of the oceans collection, this handmade silver seahorse pendant is a wonderfully unique jewellery gift. Handmade in my Thames Ditton jewellery studio each pendant is polished to a high finish and adorned with a gold vermeil collar.
Loved by many for their unusual appearance the noble seahorse is one of the more majestic creatures to live in the depths of the ocean.
Seahorses are best known for their monogamist nature. A seahorse roams the ocean alone until it meets its soulmate, and once coupled up they will stick together for a long period of time – often forever.
Each morning the seahorse couples engage in a dance to greet each other, moving together in a rhythmic dance of twists and turns which can last from minutes to hours. Each dance strengthens their romantic bond and synchronise their reproductive cycle. Seahorses will stay together and produce many offspring – they’ve even been known to wrap their tails around their mate so that they don’t lose them in rough seas.