San Juan Straits Glyph
The marine air layers in Washington's San Juan Straits makes for some of the prettiest combinations of blue and gray skies. If you're lucky, you'll see the lights of the mainland peninsula glittering in the distance. Rich cobalt rectangles capture the deepest blue skies, and sit atoop layers of silver-tone metal, matte black recycled glass , and a swag formed by tiny black daggers and givre glass in a pale blue-black-clear petal shape. Tiny firepolished cobalt silk-glass rounds at the top and middle corners tie the design together. Czech and recycled glass, sterling silver ear wires. Approx. 62 mm long.