‘My Sister, my Friend, Through Thick and Thin’ Sterling Silver Posy Necklace
Sterling Silver Mobius Strip Necklace
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Item # VB-IN35N
Through thick and thin, first seen in Chaucer’s Canterbury Tales [c. 1380], still means the same thing it did then: through difficult times and through easy times. Sisters know the meaning – we stick together through good times and bad. On this necklace, it is expressed as . . .
my sister, my friend, through THICK and THIN
An inspirational message repeated ad infinitum. But how? Begin reading, and you will return to where you began, as if by magic! This necklace is made with the geometric form known as a Mobius strip, named for the German mathematician August Ferdinand Mobius who discovered it. A plane without end is a fitting symbol of infinity representing eternal life and love.
Sterling silver; approximately 1 in. in diameter on an 18 in. chain. Weight: approx. 4.5gm.
Posy jewelry is lovingly hand-crafted in the U.S. via the lost-wax casting method. Includes history card and organza jewelry bag.