Silver Adirondack Chair Pendant

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Silver Adirondack Chair Pendant

65.00

Relax! Pull up a chair. This pendant is for the Adirondacker at heart.
A handcrafted silver Adirondack Chair, with eye-catching accuracy, right down to the woodgrain!
This sterling silver chair measures just under 3/4 of an inch and is an exact replica of a true Adirondack chair from every angle. Built in three dimensions with attention to detail from every view point.
The Adirondack chair hangs perfect as a pendant with a sterling silver box chain threaded through the arms and around the back planks. The back brace of the chair, a nod to the construction of an actual Adirondack chair, helps the pendant to hang perfectly oriented on the wearer.
The chain used for the entire Blue Line of jewelry is a sterling silver rolled box chain, in a reliable 1.25 mm thickness, featuring a classic spring ring clasp.
Chains are available in 16”, 18”, & 20”.

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Silver jewelry wrought in Old Forge, New York, for adventurers & explorers.

The Blue Line of Jewelry, by The Adirondack Jeweler; Ken Thibado (KenThibado.com).

Designed for those who enjoy the mountain air, appreciate the splendor of nature, and are in need of a talisman to remind them of the source; The Adirondacks. Old Forged silver leaves, hammered out on a steel anvil in the heart of the Adirondacks. Fine silver fishing hooks forged for any angler. Wolf paws, & maple seeds, alongside various other tributes to The Adirondack Park make up The Blue Line.

A blue line is the demarcation used to outline The Adirondack Park on maps. The park outline, familiar to hikers and sightseers, from New York State and beyond is associated with the wealth of nature. Each Blue Line piece of jewelry was conceived, designed, and built within the Adirondack Park, by a native son with deep roots. Ken Thibado is an Adirondack Craftsman, descended from generations of Adirondack Craftsmen. He is a classically trained goldsmith with a jewelry studio in Old Forge, NY. A designer by trade, Ken Thibado has a penchant for redesigning heirloom jewelry, in addition to building one-of-a-kind gold & platinum jewelry. His Old Forge studio is an all purpose hub for unique projects and Leatherstocking baubles.

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