Compass Rose Pendant. The compass rose has appeared on charts and maps since the 1300's. The term "rose" comes from the figure's compass points resembling the petals of its blossom. The device is used to indicate the directions of the winds.
*Bronze is an alloy that consists of a mixture of copper and tin, approximately 90% copper and 10% tin. Our natural bronze styles are solid bronze.
*Our silver-plated bronze is 40 micro inches of fine silver plated over bronze with a thin layer of nickel in between to prevent migration of the two metals, resulting in a very reliable product. Our silver-plated bronze is protected with an anti-tarnish finish.
Available in Sterling Silver, Bronze, Silver Plated Bronze
Measurements approximately: 25mm x 20mm x 1mm