Howling Wolf Necklace, Silver
Howling Wolf Necklace, Silver
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Howling Wolf Necklace, Silver

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‘Appearances can be deceptive’

A majestic Wolf howls contentedly at the moon after deceiving a flock of sheep, in this statement pendant necklace. In ‘Fables’, every treasure has a tale to tell and a lesson to be learn.

Our Wolf pendant necklace has been handmade by our expert jewellers in Sterling Silver, with the option of licensed Fairmined Gold Plate. This plating has been responsibly sourced from the Iquira Mine in the Huila region of Columbia.

Passed down over centuries of storytelling, our Fables collection sees Alex and our design team craft a glittering world of folklore and morality inspired by the age-old wisdom of Aesop.

Metal
Sterling Silver with 22ct Gold Plate
Width
2.7 cm
Height
2 cm
Product Code
FABN3
Chain Length
40.5 cm - 45.5 cm (16" - 18")
Chollection
Fables

Fables

Passed down over centuries of storytelling, Fables sees Alex and our design team craft a world of folklore and morality inspired by the age-old wisdom of Aesop. Every treasure has a tale to tell and a lesson to be learnt.

As vine leaves twist around Grecian columns, we discover an elaborately horned Mountain Goat, who is wise to the tricks of a cunning Wolf. An over-confident Hare engages in a race with a patient, determined Tortoise, whilst a noble Rooster strides on proudly, valuing his search for food above glittering jewels.

Fables will be the first Alex Monroe collection to be plated using Fairmined gold - a licensed accreditation that means we are supporting responsibly managed community mines.
Illustrated wolf howling

The Cunning Wolf

'Appearances can be Deceptive'

A hungry Wolf spends night after night prowling around a flock of sheep, only to be chased away by the shepherd and his sheepdog. Spotting a sheep skin on the ground, they disguise themselves as the newest member of the flock... and finally get their dinner!