cathole oxidised silver pendant by silverfish
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This chunky oxidised silver pendant is based on the earliest rock art discovered in Europe, located in a cave on the Gower Peninsula and known as Cathole Cervid. The markings represent a deer and are thought to date back to 14500 BP. The pendant comes on a sturdy leather cord that fastens with a silver clasp. The pendant has a contemporary, organic feel and would make a fabulous gift for a chap whos a fan of history or archaeology.
Materials: oxidised silver, leather
Size: pendant H: 2cm, W: 1.6cm, cord L: 50cm
Item Code: SFC6O