Item: 144C


       Here Comes the Sun Pendant, Silver & Bronze Jewelry,

                     Black Onyx, 5/8" x 1 1/4", 16"-18" Adjustable Leather Cord

The return of the sun after the winter solstice is a life giving event. In this mixed metal design the ascendant sun (face) is beginning to eclipse the waning winter moon. The river symbolizes the return of spring and the goose overhead, the promise of new life.

Having lived in Alaska for over 40 years, I am very conscious of its seasonal cycles. We move from summer solstice on June 21st and almost 24 hours of sunshine, to the darker days of winter where on December  21st we have just a little over 4 hours of possible daylight. We love to celebrate the return of the sun in mid-December, during winter solstice by either leaving the state for warmer climes or building huge bonfires and sharing them with dear friends. I have done both.

-Matching earrings are available
-Easy to use lobster clasp
-All jump rings are soldered closed
-Silver beads prevents the pendant from sliding
-The chain extender has a black onyx star 'end note' for a great 'walking-away' look.

We use a leather cord which is made in Greece, known for their fine leather goods. It has a consistent diameter along with great strength which makes it durable and heavy enough to retain its collar-like shape. To change the length of the necklace simply attach the lobster clasp at any link in the chain.

1 review for Here Comes the Sun Necklace, Black Onyx, Leather

  1. Christine Hunt (verified owner)

    My husband and children have been collecting Judie Gumm jewelry for me for over 14 years. We first learned of this beautiful creative lady when my husband was stationed at Fairbanks, Alaska. I think of all of the creations I’ve gotten or given as gifts this has got to be my favorite set. It’s symbolism is everything. Very simple and yet elegant. Thank you for continuing to create such lovely pieces.

    • judiegumm

      Hi Christine, thanks you for your lovely comments. It has taken me some time to answer because I didn’t know that I could…I have a huge learning curve on the computer! I love what I do.. next year is my 50th anniversary and I am looking forward to creating some pieces just for the celebration. Best, Judie

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