Sedna pendant

R 550.00

Fish
Sedna is an Alaskan folklore water deity. The Alaskans are dependent on the ocean's bounty, and because of this they have a deep connection and reverence for her waters for nourishment. This glass fish is a reminder for you to notice and revere that which nourishes you - whether it be nature, people in your life or even quiet moments.
Material Detail
Thin dynamic rope adorned with Ghanian recycled glass bead, brass link and glass fish pendant.
Trade beads are precious glass, horn, bone and ceramic beads that were circulated among the African and European trade routes. They were originally used as currency between Europe and Africa dating back to the 17th century. Current African trade beads are a mix of antique tribal pieces as well as more recent reproductions. These beads are relics of tribal trade and often include hand markings, irregularities in finishing natural patinas and tool marks.
The innovative and sculptural use of locally produced and re-purposed rope.
his pendant weighs 17 grams, and is 60cm in length (longest length; adjustable strap).
The Pichulik Select Collection is synonymous with custom-shaped brass and gold elements, embellished with fresh water pearls and antique glass beads.
Pichulik is an ethical jewellery, accessories atelier based in Cape Town, South Africa. Rooted in Africa, and inspired by ancient traditions and cultures around the world, PICHULIK seeks to impart sacred feminine wisdom through its unique and intentional designs
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