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A clear quartz crystal captured under a glass bell-jar, lies nestled among a bed of real woodland moss, lichen and Irish mountainside heather to create this magical crystal terrarium necklace. This whimsical microcosm also contains wisps of wild grass, babies breath and some turquoise strands of a peacock feather.
This amazing little 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 perfect pocket-sized oasis would be such a wonderful gift for any nature lovers or mountain girls living far away from home, or for anyone who loves unusual nature inspired jewellery.
As each necklace is hand crafted with real plants and raw crystal points, every piece is slightly different and so, unique. The moss and plants have been treated, so there is no need to worry about them wilting inside the glass.
This pendant is hung on a bronze rolo chain, which is available in 3 lengths. All the findings are nickel-free bronze.
While every care has been taken to ensure the longevity of this piece, do try to keep it away from water.
♥ 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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