'He who would learn to fly one day must first learn to stand and walk and run and climb and dance; one cannot fly into flying' (Friedrich Nietzsche).
A rustic assemblage of elements meant to remind us that the path we tread to reach our goals cannot and should not be avoided. Antique porcelain dolls leg, detailed ceramic foot, tribal bone beads and a vintage kuchi element with the word 'fly' stamped onto it.
The chord is sari silk 'rope' braided on a lucet. The ends messy bound in copper wire. Closes at the front with a copper hook. Around 21 inches (54 cm) end to end.
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1-3 business days
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