The first modern anchor is believed to have been invented by the Greeks. There were few advancements that were more important or more influential than the Anchor. And is one of the few nautical terms that is derived from Latin Ancora. Often seen as sailor's last refuge in rough seas, Anchors symbolize hope that there will always be a safe place to land. Metaphorically, Anchors have become bold symbols of stability, security, protection, salvation and loyalty.
Oxidized Sterling Silver Charm with Black Cubic Zirconia pavé floats on a 14k Gold Endless Hoop
Approximately 1 1/4" in length (including hoop)
Hand-crafted in Los Angeles, California
For additional stone options, please contact the studio
Oxidation is a darkening process which creates an aged affect. Levels of darkness can range from light gray to deep black. It is not a permanent treatment and is expected to wear over time. While we love the shifting quality of oxidation, any design can be re-oxidized. Contact the studio for more details. We advise allowing Oxidized Sterling Silver to weather and wear naturally. Avoid polishing cloths, solutions or compounds.
Designed to mix or match. How will you wear yours?