Come back to me - good luck necklace for your loved one.
Lovely rustic oval pendant inscribed with the words 'Inikh De' in Moria runes meaning: "Return to me".
This necklace is inspired by the film "The Hobbit" where Kili from Thorin's part has a stone inscribed with these words. The stone was a giant labradorite given to him by his mother - typical dwarves to make a pocket charm out of a gorgeous stone like that.
The necklace here is made from silver - the pendant is fine silver 99.9% while the solid chain is sterling for strength (92.5% silver).
The pendant is framed by two labradorite cabochons in filigree settings. They flash their electric blue and moss green dependent on the light.
The necklace has a solid feel to it - indeed with the gorgeous trace chain attached, there is more than 11 grams of silver here.
The chain has a lobster clasp and my makers mark and has been oxidised to match the pendant.
The necklace has been hallmarked from Sheffield Assay Office with all the standard British marks for Sterling silver.
* Oval pendant in fine silver 28 mm by 19 mm (just over an inch wide).
* 19 inch (47.5 cm) Sterling trace chain.
* 6 mm labradorite stones.