A hand-sculpted polymer clay torque necklace that has a clay antlers (animal-free) and 2 amethyst points with a labradorite pendant hanging down. It also has hemp wrappings and pieces of hemp hanging, coconut shell buttons, and moss agate stones on the chain.
The entire piece from top to bottom measures approx. 14".
Torques are a style of necklace that are meant to go around the back of the neck with the open part in the front. Even though this piece is polymer clay, it's very flexible to put on and off thanks to a wire base. The labradorite pendant that hangs from it has 2 clasps on the chain so you can unhook one to put on the necklace. You can also just detach the labradorite part alltogether if you want to wear the torque on its own, but the pendant definitely helps weigh down the piece in the front to keep the necklace in place.
Do not bend in opposite directions. I recommend also putting it on inside if it's quite cold out during the winter, as the extreme cold can make the clay a lot stiffer and harder to bend and could potentially cause breaking if not careful.
Polymer clay can be pretty sturdy, but please treat this piece carefully because a good whack against something or dropping on the floor could potentially damage it!