Lily Munster Bat Necklace and Earrings - Pearly White and Gold
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I drew a Lily Munster gravel art panel as portrayed by the stunning Yvonne DeCarlo, and you asked me to make the necklace, too. I cut the very first one for my full-gravel portrait out of wood with a jeweler’s saw. I wanted to try making more, but it’s been done before. And done, and done... I didn’t think the world needed another, until I came up with this design! Which I think is awesome enough to introduce to you…
Lily had several bat necklaces on the show, this one is based on my favorite. It’s 3 layers of pearly, and glittered acrylic, with glass drops, Swarovski crystals, and hand painted detailing. She is 4” wide, and 1.75” high including the drops. It hangs on 15.5” of soldered-link brass chain, with an antiqued bronze finish and lobster clasp. There is 2” between where the chain attaches to the bat, so it’s more like a 17.5” necklace.
Coordinating earrings are in the design of Victorian hands with spiderweb cuffs, holding a red glass drop, with red Swarovski Crystal ring detail. Hand painted detailing. Sold separately. 1.5” in total length, .75” in total width. Surgical steel post backs.
(Colors in real life may not be the same as on your screen.)
Laser-cut in Temecula, California; made with love in Chicago.