Realistic Seahorse Brooch
Realistic Seahorse Brooch
Realistic Seahorse Brooch
Realistic Seahorse Brooch
Realistic Seahorse Brooch
Realistic Seahorse Brooch
Realistic Seahorse Brooch
Realistic Seahorse Brooch
Realistic Seahorse Brooch
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Realistic Seahorse Brooch

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Solid Lead-free Pewter

The seahorse is a unique creature in nature. A fish, but one what exists vertically rather than horizontally. Covered in armor, but not a fighter.

Sea Horses have a single lifetime mate and share time together in a way that can only be described as loving - making them the perfect symbol for love and loyalty.

A beautiful gift to show your deep love and Celtic culture. Seahorses have a single mate for the whole life. Each morning, they come together, dance, change their color, twist around with linked tails and then separate for the rest of the day - making this beautiful necklace the perfect gift for someone special in your life.

1 1/4" x 1 1/4" solid pewter

PEWTER Made of solid lead free pewter -

Pewter has been used in jewelry making for pewter does NOT RUST OR TARNISH and will last a lifetime. Pewter was used for decorative metal items in the Ancient World by the Egyptians and later the Romans, and came into extensive use in Europe during the Middle Ages - it was once considered the metal of kings because of its beauty and expense!