I’ve got more Spoon jewelry, this time for those of you whose style is more rough around the edges:
I picked up these twisted salt-spoon pendants from the Valhalla Faire blacksmith. He forges them from traditional iron horseshoe nails. I knew immediately that I wanted to make more spoonie** jewelry from them, and brought several home!
Remember, I will gladly infuse any jewelry with Reiki healing energy, or anoint it with suitable oils before sending it along, no additional charge – just ask!
Weyland’s Gift ($20): A twisted iron salt-spoon smithed from a lucky horseshoe nail is suspended from tightly-woven thick black cord hand-wound into a decorative bumblebee knot. ~22″ inner diameter at largest. Knot and spoon hang down ~3″.
These pieces are especially suitable as healing blessings for old-fashioned Heathens, Faire-folk, SCAdians, Veteran warriors, and other Spoonies who like their jewelry durable!
They’re also suitable as devotional jewelry for anyone honoring an injured god blacksmithing deity, like Tyr, Weyland, Vorlund, Brighid, and especially Hephaestos!
Valhalla’s Pledge (
$25) CLAIMED: A twisted iron salt-spoon smithed from a lucky horseshoe nail is suspended from a strong jump ring joining two lengths of candle-aged rolled and twisted chain, with large, sturdy toggle clasp. ~10″ suits either a thick wrist or a very slender neck. I can remove links to shorten it to a desired length if the customer desires.
All prices include shipping for North American buyers. International buyers, we’d need to discuss shipping costs.
To purchase either of these pieces, email me at Ember Outreach at Gmail dot Com with your mailing address, and selection.
Payment is via PayPal. 🙂
** “Why a spoon, cousin?” you may ask. Read The Spoon Theory written by Christine Miserandino to find out more!