With help from these boards I was able to reattach the broken-off wing of this wooden owl pendant using wood glue and some clamping power. However, I'm not sure I completely trust this little guy to never break again (it's old with considerable wear and may snap again eventually) and was wondering if there's anything I could do to reinforce or protect this little guy so he doesn't break again easily? Would something like brushed on epoxy resin do the trick? The back is curved bare wood if that helps. Thanks!
EDIT: I'm not looking merely to reinforce the seam where the wing was joined back to the body, I'm looking to reinforce the ENTIRE pendant so that none of its fragile parts break again. Was hoping for some straightforward solutions, a friend suggested permanently attaching it to a metal backing but that sounded like a lot of work. The pendant itself is 2mm thick and you can kinda tell from the picture the face is convex extruding while the back is concave domed so the surfaces are curved, if that helps any.