f l o t s a m & j e t s a m
Although we often use "flotsam & jetsam" to describe odds and ends, each has a specific maritime meaning: flotsam is material accidently entering the water, as through a shipwreck, and jetsam is material deliberately thrown overboard to lighten a vessel's load. They both are debris in the water, but the distinction can be important for valuables; flotsam may be claimed by the original owner but jetsam may be claimed by whoever finds it. In this necklace, an interesting jumble of glass and silver combine for a nice sea-themed collection of odds and ends. The sterling silver S-hook clasp and chain can be used to adjust the necklace length from 18"-21". Cost: $82.00 USD
Now on sale for $46.00 USD
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