Peace Jewelry James Eads How Solidarity Jewelry mixed media jewelry
James Eads How (1874 - 1930) was an American organizer of the hobo community in the early 20th century. He was heir of a wealthy St. Louis family but chose to live as a hobo and to help the homeless migrant workers. The newspapers often referred to him as the "Millionaire Hobo".
This necklace features an image in public domain and is attached to tin using a finishing product that creates an oil painting like look and texture. UV protected and water resistant to hold up to daily use and enjoyment. Measures about 1 1/2 inches by 2 1/3 inches.
The image is finished with a copper colored chain and lobster claw clasp (lead and nickel free).
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