The necklace comes with an 18inch chain included. Available in sterling silver or 9CT yellow gold. The Clam Locket necklace is a sterling silver or 9ct yellow gold locket and houses your choice of stone; Black Diamond, Ruby, Rhodolite Garnet, Peridot, Amethyst or White Pearl.
This piece comes in a sustainably sourced wooden box as well as the Serpent Cove treasure chest with all its Cove trinkets. Standard postage within Australia included, express and international postage available at an additional cost.
The new team of the Diver and Battle Ray have made a slow journey through the kelp forests of the south to finally come upon something the Diver has been looking for. An opening in the depth, it’s a large crate that looks very old, full of broken rock and melted glass as if a meteor struck long ago. In the centre of it is a tiki pillar of a distant past and atop that is a clam a beautiful clam with its lips shut.
The Diver leaps up into the water and uses the current to glide and drift into the crate. With a soft boom the suit lands lands on the bottom and starts to walk towards its prize of the ancient clam. It seems too easy, the Diver taps the Battle Ray on its back and it shoots off into the water like a rocket powered disc. It circles the crater scanning for foes but there are none to be seen. As it circles back to the Divers 12 a clock it dips from left to right, letting the Diver know it doesn’t spot anything yet. In return the Diver lifts its massive gauntlet up and signals to the ray to keep looking and points to the clam. Letting the ray know that the Diver believes that when the clam is opened something will come from the depths.
The Diver checks the speargun and the battery on the laser it reclaimed from the Laser Shark, the battery is low but not to worry as the spears are plentiful.
It shoulders the speargun and grabs the clam to pull it open, it starts to tighten but is no match for the shear power and might of our vintage armoured hero. With the clam flying open a glow comes forth and quickly dwindles to show a beautiful pearl and sapphire. The sapphire is a mermaid sapphire that changes colour but when the Diver picks it up it remains the last colour it flickered to. The Diver grabs that and the pearl and puts them quickly in its pouch and swings its giant spear gun to bear but nothing…how is this so?
The Battle Ray comes back into focus as it circles and looks at the Diver with the same expression the Diver would have if the Diver had a face. That is a look of confusion, this isn’t the way of the beasties of Serpent Cove, they always pop out and attack in the middle of a treasure find. As the Diver walks out of the crate slowly it aims the speargun moving it side to side trying to anticipate an attack but none comes. It raises its hand and signals the ray to come back and it does resting back onto the Divers tank. As the two leave the crate weary and confused the Divers foot clangs into something metal, the ray shoots off and arms its weapons and the Diver aims the speargun at the metal.....