Slavic Tales - Liszko

Slavic Tales - Liszko


price: Sold
Silver, Gold
5,8 cm x 1 cm


A little bit scary, a little bit funny - Liszko - little Licho. Licho is a deamon from Slavic mythology - an embodiment of evil fate and misfortune, usually depicted as a creature with one eye. This one is a tiny one - easy to like and to tame. Hidden between indefinable strangeness, sitting over a rectangular, genuine Baltic amber, adorned with 24 K gold (keum-boo technique).

Each detail of this unusual pendant was carved, cut and assembled by hand. It's a combination of a few techniques - simple work with silver sheet and wire, sculptural work in metal clay technique and then soldering, riveting and stone setting.
Oxidized twice, satin finished and only partially polished to showcase all the details. The back of the pendant is flat and smooth - signed and marked with the year of creation.

The pendant is hang on a silver chain- 52 cm plus 4 cm of additional regulation. Total length of this piece is 5,8 cm. Width - 1 cm (this pendant is not big nor heavy). It will be packed in a nice gift box. Certificate of uniqueness attached. In case of any questions, please ask.

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