Slightly Imperect Salacia Seahorse Pendant
This is a FINAL SALE product! No returns, cancellations, or exchanges will be accepted. These products contain slight imperfections.
In ancient Roman mythology, Salacia [sa.la.kia] was the female divinity of the sea, worshipped as the goddess of salt water who presided over the depths of the ocean. Salacia is represented as a beautiful nymph, crowned with seaweed, either enthroned beside Neptune or driving with him in a pearl shell chariot drawn by dolphins, sea-horses or other fabulous creatures of the deep. She is dressed in queenly robes and has nets in her hair.
Originally hand sculpted in clay, this seahorse pendant has been delicately brushed with brilliant pigments, cast in a highly durable resin, hand sanded, coated with a clear enamel, and hung on stainless steel chain for ultimate longevity, no matter if used above or below the water.
Measures approximately 5"x2.5" inches on 18" of chain with matching lobster clasp.