Crossroads Pendant Necklace
This hand-woven pendant is the perfect gift for the classic rock fan -- it was designed for Eric Clapton's 2010 Crossroads Guitar Festival -- and will be reached for often as a comfortable, easy to wear, everyday necklace.
1 3/4" long x 3/8" wide. 3mm leather cord with sterling lobster clasp. Select cord length using drop down box.
Materials: oxidized sterling silver, leather.
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In early 2010, I was chosen to create a piece of jewelry for inclusion in performer gift bags for the 2010 Eric Clapton Crossroads Guitar Festival (by Mr. Clapton's promoter, who had seen my work at a Scottsdale, Arizona-based art event). This is the design I decided upon -- I felt the weave structure and its linear pathway, echoed the idea of a crossroads, while the oxidized sterling silver lent an edgy vibe.
The pendant was gifted to Eric Clapton and his wife, John Mayer, Sheryl Crow, ZZ Top, Albert Lee and BB King, among others. Although on my website it is listed as a men's pendant, it is equally suitable for women, and makes a terrific HIS & HERS necklace choice.
Wipe with a soft damp cloth, avoiding abrasive cleansers or polishing cloths, which can remove the oxidation.
"This design is pure perfection. I need to order another one... my friend liked mine so much I gave it to him." ~ Anonymous customer
"Love this, put it on as soon as I got it. Substantial yet surprisingly light, has a wonderful texture, amazing design. Love the color of it, the way the different surfaces catch the light, everything about it. Perfect length, too." ~ Judy F., Branford, CT
"Gorgeous hand-crafted sterling silver men's pendant custom-made for me by a gifted artist and silversmith. (He loved this gift!) Thank you so much!" Michele M., Burke, VA
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