Pendulum

Pendulum
  • DESCRIPTION

    Pendulum - from the Neo-Latin word, pendulus meaning hanging.
    A pendulum is a weight (or bob) suspended from a fixed point so that it can swing freely by the action of gravity and acquired momentum. From its discovery around 1602 by Galileo Galilei the regular motion of pendulums was used for timekeeping, and was the world's most accurate timekeeping technology until the 1930s.

    The Pendulum mimics an actual pendulum. A series of three graduating sized crystal pearls are caged inside simple and elegant columns of tiny beads form the weight or bob. The caged bob swings freely from a simple herringbone rope. The bail of the pendulum bob is a simple square knot that shows off the beauty of the herringbone ropes.
    Held at the clasp, Pendulum will swing to and fro, with a little assistance from you and gravity.

    The Pendulum – an elegant and sophisticated necklace for the woman who loves beauty in simplicity.

  • Dimensions

    Rope : 72 cm (28.3")
    Pendulum Length : 4.5 cm (1.8")

  • Technique

    Herringbone/Ndebele
    Brick

  • Difficulty

    Intermediate

  • MATERIALS

    Japanese Seed Beads
    Swarovski Crystal Pearls
    Czech 2-Hole Lentils

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    • DISCLAIMER

      All efforts have been made to show an accurate representation of the item color but actual colour may vary due to different computer monitor calibration as well as batch variances from the manufacturer.