Fossilized Walrus Tusk Silver Seahorse Necklace, Handmade (includes chain) - Seahorses

$320.00
In stock
SKU:
SF597N
Width 1 1/4" x Height 1 1/2" Length (adjustable) 17 3/4" to 20" (approx).

Price includes adjustable chain.


Our carved ivory pendant Seahorses necklace features a pair of these delightful creatures entwined in an abstract heart shape that evokes the for-life bond they develop.

  • Fossilized walrus tusk detail
  • Intricate sterling silver setting
  • Chain adjustable 17 3/4" to 20" (approx)

Designer: Kelly A. Stowe
Color Variation
Colors will vary as each beautiful piece of ancient ivory is uniquely tinted by earthen minerals.

Seahorse Jewelry ' Fossilized Walrus Tusk Seahorses Necklace

The seahorse is a wondrous creature. They are among the few ocean dwellers who mate for life and maintain a monogamous relationship with their mate. Most of us know that the male seahorse carries the unborn young to term, rather than the female. It is this solid sense of duty on the part of the male and the sense of family seahorse pairs seem to suggest that appeals to so many people. They are a symbol of patience, diligence, unique and balanced roles, and a life lived in quiet, calm connectedness.

Our silver and carved ivory seahorses necklace features fossilized walrus ivory in variegated tones. This material is some 500 to 3,000 years old, and it has lain underground for much of its life accreting its caramel to deep cocoa hue. We often incorporate varied colored fossilized walrus ivory selections in this pendant. Your necklace is guaranteed to be unique and may vary in color from the seahorses pictured here.

The seahorse's detailed bodies are worked in sterling silver with attention paid to the textured details that make this creature so gorgeous. From crown to the tip of their tails, this pair is sure to be an eye catcher, and it is a favorite from our silver seahorse jewelry collection.

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