Silver Swan

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The Silver Swan of the Shire of Cragmere, cast in pewter

The Silver Swan is a branch token to acknowledge participation of members of the Shire of Cragmere, especially after some demonstration of "excellence".

The original pendants have no beads and were painted silver on elk horn, created by Lord Omar ibn Murbak and milord Alexander McLeod. The latest version of the adult Silver Swan takes the form of a pewter pendant (created and cast by HL Halima al-Rakkasa) with at least one bead - Red for service, Green for Arts and Sciences, and Blue for War Arts. The corresponding one for children, the Silver Cygnet, is made of wood.

The Silver Swan is given upon recommendations of the populace to the seneschal(e) of Cragmere.