A tool of discernment, to cut and clear, and facilitate the process of weeding out. Change what you can, and walk away from what no longer serves you. Sacred to Carbon Black, the Printers Demon. Some tasty bits from the wikipedia:
"The dagger symbol originated from a variant of the obelus (plural: obeli), originally depicted by a plain line (-) or a line with one or two dots (÷). It represented an iron roasting spit, a dart, or the sharp end of a javelin, symbolizing the skewering or cutting out of dubious matter." “While the asterisk (asteriscus) was used for corrective additions, the obelus was used for corrective deletions of invalid reconstructions” “Isidore of Seville (c. 560 – 636) described the use of the symbol as follows: "The obelus is appended to words or phrases uselessly repeated, or else where the passage involves a false reading, so that, like the arrow, it lays low the superfluous and makes the errors disappear...””
Hand cut & formed from a single sheet of 2mm thick sterling silver. This is a nice, thick piece of silver.
Pendant measures 1.3" x .6″ x .077″ thick (36mm x 14mm x 2mm thick) and weight is right about 3.3 grams.
Entirely handcrafted from sheets of Sterling Silver by Aidan Wachter. Each item is built one at a time for each customer, thus shipping time will vary depending on how many orders are already in the shop queue at the time you order. Please see either the announcement bar at the top of site pages (unless you have hidden it!) or the first item on the FAQ for a current estimate of time to ship. Would you prefer your piece to be made from fine silver? Smaller or larger? Heavier or lighter? Customized in some other way? Please contact me for a quote.