From Aesop's Fable of 'The Oak & the Reeds'; an oak and reed were arguing about their strength. A strong wind came up, the reed avoided being uprooted by bending and moving with the gusts. The oak stood firm and was torn up by the roots. Nature shows that it's better to bend than break. Handcrafted using the impression of a wax seal from the 1820's.
Pendant: 3/4" x 5/8" (18mm x 17mm) Materials: Bronze pendant with sterling silver jump-ring (All chains are sterling silver) See photo 3, to see the the meaning card, and the silver version of this pendant
Each Plum and Posey wax seal design arrives accompanied by it's own meaning card, and tucked into an elegant jewelry bag ready for gift giving.
About Bronze Bronze jewelry has a warm luster and a lovely rich antique gold color. Over time it will form a dark patina, this gives each piece its own individual, organic, and antiqued finish. If you prefer you can always bring back its original shiny finish with a jewelry polishing cloth.
PLEASE NOTE: Before you order please check sizing information - it can be hard to gauge jewelry sizes from pictures alone. On some of the seals the text is so small as to be read only with a magnifying glass making the meaning a secret between you and those you choose to tell.
101 - Strength
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