Northwest beach stack stoned rock cairn

Om rock cairn made from three stones gathered on the Oregon beaches. The rocks are drilled the way they naturally stack and copper spacers from bench scraps accentuate the stones. A copper head pin holds the cairn together and a brass spacer is on the top and bottom of the cairn.

The cairn measures about one and a half inches from the top of the bail to the bottom of the largest stone. The largest stone is about an inch in diameter and the smallest stone about half of an inch.  Top and bottom stone are speckled and middle stone is blackish. 

Your rock cairn will come with a card explaining the significance of stacking stones. You will pick either a cord which slips over your head and is adjustable with slip knots or a finished cord. The finished cord will be in the length you prefer and has a two inch extension chain and a clasp.