Tree of Life Necklace, Hand Carved Antler Pendant
Tree of Life Necklace, Hand Carved Antler Pendant
Tree of Life Necklace, Hand Carved Antler Pendant
Tree of Life Necklace, Hand Carved Antler Pendant
Tree of Life Necklace, Hand Carved Antler Pendant
Tree of Life Necklace, Hand Carved Antler Pendant
Tree of Life Necklace, Hand Carved Antler Pendant
Tree of Life Necklace, Hand Carved Antler Pendant

Tree of Life Necklace, Hand Carved Antler Pendant

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Tree of Life Necklace

Hand carved from moose antler

Adjustable polyester cord (black or beige, 24") hand braided in Kumihimo style, the Japanese art form of making braids and cords, literally meaning "gathered threads”

Hand carved antler cinch bead slides to preferred necklace length

Silver chain (16”, 18" 20") also an option **please note that no cinch bead is included when silver chain is chosen

Carving measures 7/8" across, just under 1" tall and just under 1/4" thick

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The Tree of Life symbol represents our personal development, uniqueness and individual beauty. Just as the branches of a tree strengthen and grow upwards to the sky, we too grow stronger, striving for greater knowledge, wisdom and new experiences as we move through life. All trees begin life in the same way, yet as they grow older, they weather nature’s forces and develop in their own unique and beautiful ways.

I have been fortunate to make a living from my carvings for the past 20 years. I carve from natural materials and often with themes from nature. This could be because spend a lot of time inside, in my workshop, and therefore make what I want to see, touch and walk amongst. I live in a beautiful area, Vancouver, British Columbia, as close to the wilderness as a big city can be. I do try to get out in the wilderness with my kids and breathe the fresh air as often as possible. When I can't, I try to put that feeling into my work.

I ethically source my antler from hikers who come across sheds while on their adventures.