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"Lucky & The Color Red" 1888 Design Necklace
"Lucky & The Color Red" 1888 Design Necklace
"Lucky & The Color Red" 1888 Design Necklace
"Lucky & The Color Red" 1888 Design Necklace
"Lucky & The Color Red" 1888 Design Necklace

"Lucky & The Color Red" 1888 Design Necklace

Regular price $ 40.00

Art-n-facts:

Reimagined Components: Antique sterling silver red coral and leaf ring component, vintage Horseshoe pin, and full moon backing.  26" Brown Leather

1888 Nate's Take: "Sometimes the silence between your words says more than all the perfectly crafted sentiments...only sometimes...the more thought out and well crafted your words the more of opposite the energy of your quit expression." 

~Leaf~

I have vivid recollections of the fiery orange ambers and gradient reds blanketing the mountain terrain around my Vermont home.

They were sure to inspire my seasonally wild imaginings as I watched the foliage dance with one another in the wind.

When my eyes had had their fill, I'd close them tightly to shut out the pulsing array of mountain fire. That way I could focus on unique rustling the leaves made as they clung to their last few moments of connection to their parent tree.

These fragile creations of nature represent unconditional giving and unassuming strength through the cycle’s seasonal rebirth.

Luck is also an appropriate association with the leaf, because to be a leaf is to be lucky enough to know purpose without question.

It is also said that if you catch a leave on its fall from tree to ground you will have good luck for some time after.

~Red Coral~

This beautiful natural and oceanic material is known to help promote transformation and well-being.

~Horse~

A prehistoric symbol! The first written acknowledgment of the Horse in the third millennium BC where historians uncovered slate tablets in Elam (present day Iraq and Iran) which reference this noble creature.

A silent contract is honored by both rider and beast symbolizing their unspoken bond.

~Moon & Star Symbol~

The crescent moon inspires imagination & creativity. The crescent symbol often with an accompanying star may have its origins in ancient Babylonia, having its earliest written example found more than 6000 years ago. The earliest hieroglyphs found depicting the Crescent and Star were dated to 4500 B. C. The crescent hanging with points up towards the sun is a Cherokee symbol of harmony.

 

This 1888 Design is a: one of a kind

1888 Design
Vintage // Antique // Reimagined.
History. You. Wear. 
-Nathan H. Mott