No one spike head turns out quite like another. In turn, each one is as individual and unique as it wearer.
The heads of these spikes were hammered in on a rail line in Tennessee and Kentucky, and then left there to age for decades.
Unprotected from the elements, they each developed a rich, deep patina.
We capture the results of that hard-earned look and loop it on a strand of leather. The knots allow the necklace to adjust easily to any length and come in several different colors.
Look for them on our web site mid-September or stop in to see us at the Western design Conference in Jackson Hole, Wyoming this week for an early look and the opportunity to buy.