Sheep Pendant - PewterSheep Pendant - Pewter
The sheep is an animal that has a thick fleece on its body and hoofs that are divided into two toes. They were first domesticated in Asia during the Bronze Age by primitive tribesmen who kept them for their wool to keep warm and their meat as food. The sheep is still very important to us today. They provide us with food, leather and clothing and give us the raw materials for by-products, such as soap, lanolin, glue, tallow and catgut.
This sheep pendant is made from lead-free pewter and is supplied on a waxed cord. The information card is full colour on the front and has information on the reverse.