Sorrow Choker

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Sorrow Choker.

A black faux suede choker with a laser cut black acrylic Sorrow pendant.

A 14 inch length of vegan friendly black faux suede, with silver tone fastenings. This choker also features a 3 inch silver plated extension chain and lobster clasp fastening, giving you a comfortable fit and allowing you to wear it as tight or as loose as you like!

Part of a collection inspired by my experiences with depression, this symbol represents ‘sorrow’. This necklace can serve as a way of accepting that emotion and not letting it control you. Or, you could put whatever meaning, or no meaning at all, into it – there are no rules here!

The shapes in this collection were inspired by the shadows cast by abandoned buildings – why not check out the other chokers in the collection?

This 90s style choker is perfect for nu goth grunge vibes, a great way to punk up your outfit!

Supplied with branded House Of Bats tags, in a black velvet drawstring gift bag so it’s ready to give as a gift or just to treat yourself.

We only charge one lot of postage per order (no matter how many things you buy), so why not take a look at our store at our other products and treat yourself or a friend and save on postage costs!

// Measurements //
Total length: approximately 17 inches (14 inches black faux suede, 3 inches extension chain)
[that equates to around 43cm total length]
Sorrow Charm: approximately 1.41 inches wide and 1.49 inches high [3.6cm wide and 3.8cm high]

// Materials //
Black vegan faux suede: synthetic polyester
Silver tone fastenings and chain: silver plated zinc metal alloy
Sorrow Pendant: black acrylic

// Packaging //
We print on 100% recycled paper, and use recyclable materials wherever possible.

// Shipping //
Ready to ship between 1 and 3 business days from the day you order. From then it takes roughly the following times to reach you:
U.K: 1 – 3 business days
Europe: 3 to 5 business days
Everywhere else: 2 to 3 weeks

10% of all House Of Bats profits go to The Sophie Lancaster Foundation.