A simple yet striking design with a vintage Berber “infinity pendant” as the focal piece hung on a four-strand leather braid. The pendant itself is 2” by 1 3/4” and has a lovely patina and shows signs of being lovingly worn. This necklace can adjust up to about 12” The “infinity” pendants, whose designs are labyrinthian are from Morocco and can teach us about the paths our lives take. During the Middle Ages, labyrinths were found in most cathedrals.
Today, you can find labyrinths in many sites; medical centers, spas, parks, schools, retreat centers, etc. When one walks a labyrinth, it is customary to set an intention/question/statement of what one is in search of or desires before walking the labyrinth.
Just by touching it, rubbing it, or holding it, I hope you too will feel the calming and guiding vibration it offers.
More About the Artist
Zazzu Zazzu is all about color, texture, imperfections, signs of wear and age, from the sacred to the mundane, all the intricate details that combine to make the tapestry of life most interesting. I am always curious about the story behind the various elements I use in my designs and the story it will have going forward. Here you will find an eclectic collection of upcycled, one of a kind, accessories. My collections include jewelry, belts, and bags. You will also occasionally find upcycled clothing and original design leather items. My intention is for this space to provide a visually sumptuous experience.
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