Anchored in gold. A supportive weight loosened in stillness and in chaos, in salted waters that crash and clash and collide, to harbour and mantle a rocking swaying ship for stationing in place when in a body of water that does not keep in place but moves constantly and endlessly with ebbs in motion. A little root tied to a vesseling ship stemming out to a bottomed surface of sea-floor. To steady and ground in unsteady and upheaving places, an anchor to harbour and anchor vessel you to a place of home or rest tied to a thread of fourteen karat gold chain for wearing around the neck
Gold plating sterling silver vermeil anchor measures about half of an inch in length and hangs from a nineteen inch fourteen karat gold filled chain
Each anchor has its own aging charm and may be freckled in tarnishing marks with personalityHand-crafted by Floating Over Wicklow
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