As promised, here´s part 2 of my pendant collection. I´m using just one silver chain to match with my silver-based pendants. The first one´s called Shelly because it looks like a shell. Duh! hehehe
This one´s Osito. It´s the diminutive Spanish word of oso(bear) which means little bear in English. It´s made of hand carved blue stone. I hardly wear this, in fact, I haven´t worn this since. Hmmm, maybe in late spring when the weather isn´t too cold for an open neckline. ;)
I call the next one Rococo Rose. It has this old and romantic design reminiscent of the Rococo period. It´s a flower pendant which isn´t shaped like rose but I love calling it like that because because I like how it sounds. Rococo Rose...rococo rose.. rococo... , okay stop right there.
The Nefertiti. One of my fave Egyptian queens. I bought this pendant at the Egyptian booth in FITUR , an international travel fair held every January in Madrid . Egypt is one of my dream travel destinations. Since we don´t have the travel budget, the bust of Nefertiti will suffice for my wandering lust.
These last ones are separate stone pendants which I strung together in one chain. They don´t have a name but the colored ones look like pears, no? ;) I bought these at a train station in Madrid two summers ago while waiting for our train. I have them in almost every color thinking that the pendant should match my top. You know me, matchy-matchy like that. lol!
Well, there goes most of my pendant collection. So what´s your favorite pendant in your closet? By the way, you can read part 1of this post here. ;)
Flying kisses from here!