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Jellyfish Pendant - MADE TO ORDER

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Jellyfish Pendant - MADE TO ORDER

175.00

You can order a pendant or locket by itself, without a chain. Depending on demand, please allow for up to four weeks to receive your pendant, as these are handmade. Please specify if you would like a bronze or pewter oval setting. Currently, lockets only come in the bronze color.

Each jellyfish is slightly different, and will be positioned at random, as they are made individually and are configured as they are being made. Unfortunately, I do not take requests for specifics. Thank you kindly in advance for understanding.

A portion of each purchase goes to supporting Albatross, a gorgeous and brilliant film by Chris Jordan, which touches on the larger themes behind our consumption, our collective consciousness, and our inextricably deep connection to both the beauty and diversity of the Earth.

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These handmade works are small, wearable vignettes. The materials in the pendants are the same natural relics, painted imagery and plastic that one would find in my larger works.

By placing them in a medium of clear plastic, I am pointing to our dangerous addiction to petroleum — specifially single use plastics. I am concerned over the amount of plastic entering the land, air, oceans, and bodies of animals (including us). The issue is not the plastic, but it serves as a metaphor for the background of mania that drives our consumption.

Our beautiful world, with all of its diversity and splendor, is what I lay in this material… a hopeful triumph over madness, a focus on what matters, a reminder of generations that have both come to pass and are yet to be born.

A portion of each purchase goes to supporting Albatross, a film by Chris Jordan, which touches on the larger themes behind both our consumption and relationship to the Earth.

I also make crematory amulets. If you have the ashes of a loved one, I would love to help you keep them close to your heart. Nothing means more to me than to honor the emphemerality of life. People and pets are welcome.

Thank you,

Regan Rosburg