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A relative of roses, the 'tall' blackberry grows widely across the Eastern US. The shrubs flower white in the spring and berries appear in the summer.
Recycled sterling silver with sterling silver posts and backings.
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This necklace is cast from a single hexagonal prism of honeycomb in shining sterling silver, and the interior of the prism has been plated in 14k yellow gold. Hangs on an 18” delicate (but sturdy) sterling silver chain with a spring clasp.
These glinting earrings are cast from a Catbrier thorn - a determined and tenacious climbing vine that forms dense thickets when left to its own devices.
Exact sterling silver castings created from an especially tiny, and heart-shaped, cardamom pod, with all the minute detail of its shape and texture.
Tiny ocean pebbles from the Atlantic coastline. A slight diamond shape with the intriguing texture of rock translated into fine metal.
Two apple seeds, cast in sterling silver from a McIntosh apple, preserving the minute detail of the surface of the seeds.
These earrings are cast from a single hexagon of honeycomb in shining, recycled sterling silver with sterling silver posts and backings.
A delicate blackberry bramble makes a bar earring with minute texture that catches the light.