This infinity pendant in silver with semi-precious stones and ancient ivory is an amalgam of earthy color, sparkle with sterling silver detailing.
Only love can be divided endlessly and still not diminish. - Anne Morrow Lindbergh
This infinity pendant in silver and semi-precious stones combines a beloved symbol with an ancient material—fossilized walrus ivory tusk'for an unmatched take on this age-old shape. The infinity symbol as we know it was formally introduced a few centuries ago as a mathematical symbol meaning, of course, without limit. It has existed in various forms for millennia, perhaps even existing as the spiral we see depicted on ancient petro glyphs.
This carved ivory pendant is created in a dimensional layered crossover infinity shape that gives the jewelry depth. It features a faceted, honey toned citrine, the stone of abundance, and a faceted fresh green peridot, the stone of compassion, friendliness, and the heart chakra. The balanced earth tones in this pendant create a piece that wears beautifully with your favorite browns and neutral looks.
The fossilized walrus ivory tusk lower loop detail is between 500 and 3,000 years old. It gains its caramel to rich cocoa shade after centuries buried in the earth where it is naturally stained according to the nearby mineral composition. Fossilized walrus tusk is prized the world over for its quality and relative scarcity'one of earth's special gifts!
Pair these silver infinity pendant with the coordinating infinity earrings for an eye-catching set!
This pendant measures 1/2" wide x 1 1/4" tall (approx)
This pendant comes on an 18" sterling silver 1.1mm box with with a secure sterling silver lobster clasp.
Please allow 2 weeks for delivery.
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