Raven Necklace in Antique Bronze

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A simple raven necklace to grace the throat of anyone, this necklace is solid but beautiful! The pendant is 2.5cm long from beak to wing tip and 4.7cm wide. there are loops on the back of the wings to allow me to attach a 4mm wide cable chain and a lobster clasp in solid antique bronze. It's perfect for every day wear. It looks like its about to take flight at any moment!

Many references to ravens exist in world lore and literature. Most depictions allude to the appearance and behaviour of the wide-ranging common raven. Because of its black plumage, croaking call and diet of carrion, the raven is often associated with loss and ill omen. Yet its symbolism is complex. As a talking bird, the raven also represents prophecy and insight. Ravens in stories often act as psychopomps, connecting the material world with the world of spirits. In later Norse mythology, Odin is depicted as having two ravens Huginn and Muninn serving as his eyes and ears – Huginn being referred to as thought and Muninn as memory. Each day the ravens fly out from Hliðskjálf and bring Odin news from Midgard.

The bronze is 90% copper and 10% tin, a classic bronze use throughout the ages for everything from statues to swords! Bronze is an alloy that consists of a mixture of approximately 90% copper and 10% tin. Producing bronze is a less toxic process than producing brass as brass is a combination of copper and zinc, and the manufacturing process often produces zinc oxide which is toxic. Because bronze contains copper, it can turn your skin green whether you have an allergy or not. Bronze and copper turn your skin green because when the copper reacts with your sweat and the acids from your skin, it produces copper chloride. Copper chloride is a green substance that then rubs off on your skin. If you are prone to sweating, your bronze jewelry will definitely turn your skin green. This chemical reaction can also be prevented by painting any part of the jewelry that comes in contact with your skin with clear nail polish or clear acrylic enamel.

Instructions for care of your bronze jewellery;
http://www.jewelrynotes.com/how-to-clean-and-care-for-bronze-jewelry/


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