GLASS SQUARE NECKLACES | Laurel Denise Glass Pendants With Stars And HorseShoes, Luck, Hope, Superstitious, Fun, modern, Hand Drawn, handmade | UncommonGoods

GLASS SQUARE NECKLACES | Laurel Denise Glass Pendants With Stars And HorseShoes, Luck, Hope, Superstitious, Fun, modern, Hand Drawn, handmade | UncommonGoods
Pretty and petite, these glass pendants are modern symbols of luck and hope. For each piece, artist Laurel Denise meticulously hand draws a miniature picture on a tiny piece of paper. She then melts it between two pieces of hand cut glass, smoothes the glass and attaches a sterling silver chain. The result: elegant and personal renditions of everyday symbols. Handmade in New Jersey. Available in Horseshoe or Star. Sold individually.
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