A tiny clear crystal quartz point has been nestled on a bed of real dried green moss inside a miniature glass bottle, alongside two dandelion wishes to make this cute little terrarium necklace.
This realistic nature-scape really reminds me of the mountainsides of Kerry, where I used to spend many hours exploring the exposed banks around my home, hunting for tiny quartz and amethyst crystals as a child. This mini naturescape would be such a wonderful gift for any nature lovers or mountain girls living far away from home, or indeed for anyone with an appreciation for unique and unusual jewellery.
As each necklace is hand crafted with real raw crystal points, every piece is slightly different and so, unique. This pendant is hung on a sterling silver chain.
This piece will come packaged in a beautiful gift box, with pretty botanical note cards that explain the heritage of the piece.
The moss and dandelion seeds have been preserved and won't wilt or die in the glass but as this piece was made with natural materials please do keep it dry and store it away from direct sunlight when you're not wearing it. The stone, moss and dandelion seeds are loose inside the bottle, and may move around slightly whilst wearing this piece.
♥ About Ruby Robin ♥
Ruby Robin specializes in unique, keepsake jewellery for the modern day romantic. All the designs were imagined and made by Irish designer Khrystyna Marriott.
The pieces at Ruby Robin are designed to allow the quiet beauty of nature to shine, to stir the imagination, inspire wonder and encapsulate a microcosm of long forgotten memories. I make my jewellery using a range of strange and beautiful curiosities, found in the woods and on the mountain sides, on the windswept beaches and wild meadows.
'The mountains are calling and I must go.'
- John Muir
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