Made from recycling scrap sterling silver, this pendant was cast using the sand casting method and measures 33mm in length and 15mm at the widest point. 55cm figaro chain.
Made by Silver Rose Jewellery in Crafers, South Australia.
Chinese cultures believed that the seahorse was a type of sea dragon, and as such they were revered for their power and thought to be symbols of good luck.
Sailors have long viewed them as a good luck charm too.
The Ancient Greeks and Romans believed the seahorse was an attribute of the sea god Neptune/Poseidon and as such, the seahorse was considered a symbol of strength and power.