Adorned with pearls and gemstones, this necklace includes a locket that holds a handful of sea glass Ellie and I found at North Beach in Port Townsend, Washington. This is one of my new favorite offerings from the Where the Forest Meets the Sea Collection. I think of it like a wearable altar because the locket is thick enough that it can hold sacred treasures that you want to carry with you, so you can put a small feather or note or other treasure inside it right next to the sea glass.
I chose these pearls to connect you to the sea, several sizes and shapes of aquamarine to connect you to the courage and peace within you, and kyanite is included to support you in speaking your truth when you need to.
There's just one available right now, but when it sells out, if you'd like me to create a custom sea glass altar necklace for you, I'm happy to make one. Just get in touch.
A few lines from the essay I wrote that inspires the pieces I add to this collection:
I come to the sea to let go of what no longer serves me as I ask her to take pieces of grief and all that will not be out with the tide. I imagine all of it tumbling with shell fragments and driftwood until it entwines with the seaweed that sways farther than I can see.
I come to the sea to remember me…