This one of a kind, found-object design necklace is composed entirely of antique charms. At the center of this worldly piece is a 0.75" tortoise shell working compass from 1950s Paris, France. Part of the “Travelogue” collection, the original collection of gathered designs, a travelogue of sorts, curated during the designer's time on the road with singer-songwriter Rufus Wainwright. Each unique piece is a vignette of art and history: at once melancholy and romantic, edgy and sexy, masculine yet sensitive.
Made in the United States. Antique charm necklace. 24" sterling silver 2.4mm ball chain. Crafted with 1" gold fill pen knife (1950s Oxford, England), 0.75" tortoise shell working compass (1950s Paris, France), 0.75" sterling silver seagull (1960s Black Hills, United States), 3 small medals: Sacred Heart of Jesus, the Vision at Lourdes, and St. Rita, saint of the impossible (1940s Rome, Italy), 0.5" Agate stone (New York, United States). Charms are antiques and should be worn with care and respect; avoid any major activity (i.e., gym, sports and water).
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