Set of 2 Small Wishbones

By Tamara Hensick Designs

Small Wishbone

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Pewter sculpture and keepsake to mark special times in our lives.

  • Made in the USA
  • Materials: Solid pewter
  • Care: If natural tarnishing occurs, use a jeweler's cloth to polish
  • Hand-casted and lead-free
  • Dimensions in packaging: 5" x 5" x 1"
  • Weight: 0.1 lb.

48 Reviews (4.9 out of 5 Grommets)

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7/1/2016 by Carla

Loved this item! Perfect for a graduate, a couple getting married or any event where you want to wish someone good luck. Came in it's own box and I added a decorative label on top. Just that little something to let someone know you care!More > < Less


Silver Wishbones

6/30/2016 by Doris Carnahan

Love the silver wishbones. Cute gifts to give friends to wish them good luck!!!
All the purchases from Grommet have been great!!!


Sweet and affordable. Lovely Quality

6/21/2016 by joanne

I always have a few of these onhand. They make the gift of a check or gift card more thoughtful. My go-to graduation gift. I bought six this timeMore > < Less



6/21/2016 by Chaney

Given as a graduation present. Very pretty . Beautiful craftsmanship.


Terrific gift

1/7/2016 by Gail

Ordered a few as New Year's gifts..just right as was the price.

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Tamara Hensick Designs - Pewter Sculpture or Art Objects

About Tamara Hensick Designs

Inspirational Art

Sometimes an object can convey just what you want to say, in just the right tone. Artist Tamara Hensick has a knack for taking a simple message—saying thank you, for example, or encouraging someone—and giving form to it. Her diminutive sculptures are a little whimsical, which keeps them from seeming too precious. When you see one of her creations, you want to pick it up and handle it, not hide it away for safekeeping.

Each of Tamara's designs is first sculpted in a soft jeweler's wax, then hand-cast in pewter by a family-owned business in California. Tamara, who says her dancing background influences her work, looks for inspiration in everyday life and finds beauty in our imperfections. She uses clever wordplay and symbolism to convey inspirational themes that express just what you want to say when a friend needs cheering up, or you want to encourage someone to stay strong, or you’re celebrating a rite of passage, such as graduation or a new job.

Spoken words are fleeting and easy to forget. But an art object, beautifully crafted with just the right sentiment, can last a lifetime.