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A Heraldic Fret Pendant
In heraldry a fret is a charge consisting a saltire, which is a cross in the form of an X and interlaced with a mascle. A mascle is an open diamond shape.
It represents the meshes of a fishing-net. Being borne by the family of Harrington it is also sometimes called a Harrington's knot. The term fret, occurs frequently in the ancient rolls.
Our pendant is a Fret couped, which means the ends of the design have been cut smoothly.
It measures 1.25 inch in diameter and comes with a 36 inch black cotton cord. We make it with fine pewter and each piece hand buffed to a warm satin finish. You can have your choice of background colors. Available colors are red, green, blue, purple, and black.
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