On the the foggiest of days and upon the base of a staircase to the waves below, a wayward merman washed ashore at the mouth of the Poquessing Creek as it meets the Delaware River in beautiful Torresdale (ed. located in NE Philly,) not far from the Convent of the Ladies of the Sacred Heart (ed. now Eden Hall) and the Glenngarry Estate (ed. now Glenn Foerd Mansion.) The hideous creature, discovered by a small child on a play break from daily chore, is worn and appears deceased for more than the days of a single week.
The small creature is not more than length of a man's arm yet resembles a bearded man on the top as it's lower ends form that of a fish. Much interested, John Baker, a professor of biology from Philadelphia, hastily swept the merman from it's landing for study. Certainty is not in this case to where the merman originated but it is believed to have become lost from the sea in recent storms only to expire and wash up the rocks.
This was taken directly from the newspaper clipping. It is just easier for you to read. It is the only one of it's kind. The item your looking at is a real container for a merman. The necklace is made out of real Amber and bone. It is very old and has had a new clasp (also old) placed on it.
This does hold the spirit of a merman and his name is something that I can not spell. But it sounds like Eckol. I have seen him and spoke to him using telepathy. This is one of a kind and I can not get another. If you want a merman then this is it.