Elegant in it's form and grace, this work of art is made with three hand cut stones including red jasper and labradorite, to perfectly fit the negative space of what once was part of a larger antique piece. It's origin is unknown, but was found at an antique market in New Orleans and most likely dates back to the turn of the 20th century. An antique clock gear encases a circular piece of labradorite while the tip of the piece holds a tip of a deer antler hunted by a local up in Quakertown. The piece all comes together in a hand crafted bronze backing signed and dated by the artist. To be worn by a man or woman, this is surely a conversational piece!