Oak Leaves and Pink Sapphire Necklace - Five Oaks Fundraiser Collection
Oak Leaves and Pink Sapphire Necklace - Five Oaks Fundraiser Collection
Oak Leaves and Pink Sapphire Necklace - Five Oaks Fundraiser Collection
Oak Leaves and Pink Sapphire Necklace - Five Oaks Fundraiser Collection
Oak Leaves and Pink Sapphire Necklace - Five Oaks Fundraiser Collection
Oak Leaves and Pink Sapphire Necklace - Five Oaks Fundraiser Collection
Oak Leaves and Pink Sapphire Necklace - Five Oaks Fundraiser Collection

Oak Leaves and Pink Sapphire Necklace - Five Oaks Fundraiser Collection

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I don’t think I know what it means to be mighty.
My goals have always been humbler than that.
Maybe humility is actually
The mighty force
This world needs.
- Robin McGauley

This necklace is handmade out of quality sterling silver using traditional fabrication silversmithing techniques.

It features 5 handcrafted oaks leaves. They each measure 2cm x 1.5cm.

The rose cut cabochon stone is a sapphire. It is pink with a tiny hint of yellow on one side. It measures 2cm x 1 cm and is set in fine silver.

The chain is completely handmade.
Each link is soldered shut.
It is 18-19 inches long - depending on which link you use at the back to fasten it closed. It closes with a handmade hook clasp.

This necklace has three larger jump rings at the end of the chain. I added these intentionally as a symbol of commitment to reconciliation. The three links represent the 'silver covenant chain' that was a treaty between indigenous people, especially the Haudenosaunee, and early settlers to Turtle Island to foster friendship, respect and peace between them. The covenant was created in silver because it tarnishes if you don't tend to it. It was a visible reminder that friendship, respect and peace needs to be nurtured with care. You can google 'Silver Covenant Chain' to learn more.

20% of the sales of my Oak collection will be donated to Five Oaks.
Five Oaks Centre is dear to my heart. It is a sacred place of radical hospitality. It is the place where my dreams of working at a retreat centre came true. I was the Program Director there for 9 years and loved my work. During the Covid-19 pandemic, Five Oaks is providing accommodation to migrant farm workers who need to be in quarantine for 14 days upon arrival in Canada. Financial support is needed to keep Five Oaks open and to support this important work. More information about Five Oaks is found on their website: www.fiveoaks.on.ca

Thank you for your support and generosity!