As glaciers move in their valleys, they wreak all kinds of havoc. They abrade rocks from their valleys, they pop bedrock chunks from below, and they can dislodge material in much the same way that ice forming in roadway cracks means a springtime of pothole fixing. These rocks then hitch a ride with the glacier until it melts and lets it off far from where it started. Like that Uber driver who took me an hour past my house because it was dark and I was sleepy.
Anyway, when people first studied the giant, out-of-place boulders they called them Erratics, which honestly, is a great name, so I stole it.
18in Steel Cable choker; 52mm x 28mm
sterling silver, fine silver, jasper (self-cut cab), apatite
The stones for the Erratic series are from my collection of self-cut cabs. I have a lot of rocks, so if you like the style but are looking for something in a particular size, shape or color, please inquire. I probably have something.