OOAK Steampunk Pegasus Necklace

 Steampunk is the hotest rage in vintage jewelry, and its style captures a simpler time when steam was the main source of power.  It brings to mind the movie, “Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea,” depicting the many inventions and adventures of Captain Nemo aboard the submarine Nautilus.

This 18″ OOAK Steampunk necklace features a brass Pegasus adorned by a small ladies watch movement.  The Pegasus seems to leap out of the watch movement, exemplifying how time flies. 

Hanging from the Pegasus is a dangle made of a 6mm Swavorksi bicone, two Bali gold beads and endcaps. Together, the Pegasus and the dangle measure 2-1/2″.

The chain is very fine, high quality gold-plated cable chain, and is closed with a Tibetan gold plated ornate clasp.

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1 Comment (+add yours?)

  1. mark
    Aug 05, 2011 @ 16:12:38

    Amazing OOAK Steampunk Pegasus Necklace « Cookalas House Of Cards on Etsy.com site, think its fantastic . I will pass it on to others Keep up the good content, cookala, very interesting.


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