Large Mussel Pendant
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Shine on the half shell.
We’ve always found beauty in the raw ingredients we use to cook, so it’s no surprise to us that jewelry maker Hannah Guerin also looks to natural, raw materials for inspiration in her designs. The charm for this pendant necklace is cast from a mussel shell found off the shore of Katama Bay in Edgartown, MA, preserved in its imperfect, rippled glory in solid brass. Press the shell to your ear and you might just hear the sea… or if you’re like us, the bubbling of a pot of mussels on the stove.
Photography by Rocky Luten
Details & Materials -
Brooklyn, New York
Mussel shell is approx. 1.3” L x 0.6” W; Rope cable chain is 26” L with clasp enclosure.
Care & Notes -
Avoid wearing your necklace in the shower or swimming. When not being worn, keep it in a dry environment, such as a jewelry box or dish.
Meet the Maker
Brooklyn-based designer Hannah Guerin’s jewelry is inspired by things she found growing up on the beaches of Martha’s Vineyard. She uses metals to capture each object’s raw beauty, from the delicate ripples of a mussel’s shell to the weathered ridges of driftwood.View Full Profile
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