Wise Words

It’s probably safe to say that by tomorrow most kids will be back in school, much to their dismay. I’ve been fiddling around with a new technique that incorporates using art lacquer to create pendants out of pictures, postcards, advertisements, book passages, and other printed material. In addition to design and photography, I am also a writer at heart, and I love words. So the first charm I chose to use in a piece of jewelry was a dictionary definition, and what more appropriate word to use this time of year than, “wise.”

wise  (wīz)  adj.  [ < OE wis1 having the power of discerning and judging properly as to what is true or right; informed  2 characterized showing such power; shrewd, judicious, or prudent  3 possessed of or characterized by scholarly knowledge or learning; learned, erudite

Fitting for teachers, scholars, and students alike. Or if you have another favorite or inspirational word, I’m happy to create a design that speaks to you. Order here on Etsy, or send me a message!

WISE - Hand-laquered dictionary charm with pewter owl and key charms, and jade leaf. 18" chocolate-colored leather cord with stainless steel chain clasp. $40 as shown.

WISE – Hand-laquered dictionary charm with pewter owl and key charms, and jade leaf. 18″ chocolate-colored leather cord with stainless steel chain clasp. $40 as shown.

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