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"Faith in One Shot" 1888 Design Necklace
"Faith in One Shot" 1888 Design Necklace
"Faith in One Shot" 1888 Design Necklace
"Faith in One Shot" 1888 Design Necklace
"Faith in One Shot" 1888 Design Necklace

"Faith in One Shot" 1888 Design Necklace

Regular price $ 50.00

This 1888 Design is a:

One of a Kind

Reimagined Components: Vintage silver ring with arrow and dice and three gunmetal jump ring crown beads strung on a 24'' black leather cord

1888's Take: We've all gotten lucky enough at some point in our lives to be given a second chance at something, but it doesn't always happen. For the times when we're given just one shot, be sure to make it count. Point your arrow, give it a kiss for a little good luck, and have faith in yourself that you'll shoot it through the right hoop!

~Circle / Ring~

A symbol of the never-ending, eternal & connectedness between all things.


An arrow knows where it will land the moment it is let loose. Once the archer releases, there is no second chance. At birth we all begin a journey with our inner arrow guiding the way, so follow your arrow, feel the wind in your hair & enjoy the ride!


As a symbol dice represent luck and a chance for something more. We kiss the dice or blow on them to get them to fall the way we need. We’ll hold them to our chest and close our eyes to influence the way they will land…whether you believe these superstitions will have an effect doesn’t matter what matters is that we believe in that moment that we have some say in what is fundamentally a probabilistic universe. The observer effect as stated in quantum physics roughly says that nothing is decided or formed until the object is observed by a perceiving consciousness, so it sounds to me that we do have some say in creating a bit of our own luck.

Dice have at least 5000 thousand years of history as an equalizing tool of recreation. They were found carved from the knuckle bones of cloven-hoofed animals such as sheep, goats or cattle or made from rectangular sticks carved for ancient games of chance. In 1333 BCE Tutankhamen’s tomb was found to contain many board games and knuckle bone dice.


After each artifact or specimen has been discovered it is sent through a careful restoration process before being used in one of our designs. If a particularly unique patina is found to add design value to an artifact, it's preserved & sealed to ensure its longevity & protection. 


1888 Design 

History. You. Wear. 

Vintage // Antique // Reimagined.

-Nathan & Ali