If you’re a fan of Tolkien’s writing, now you can wear his written adventure in jewelry form. As in, his handwriting version of the word “adventure”.
Snake and Fawn creates custom pendants using the handwriting of some of history’s most beloved and influential thinkers and artists.
In the case of Tolkien, the company uses J.R.R. Tolkien’s 1956 letter to the BBC’s Terence Tiller as a resource for his handwriting and then 3D prints in steel, pink nylon, silver, gold plate and 14k gold.
Of course, if you want a pendant of something like supercalifragilisticexpialidocious, that may be extra.
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