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Forget-Me-Not Bristlecone Necklace

75.00
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Forget-Me-Not Bristlecone Necklace

75.00

* This item is made to order*

Due to the nature of the materials, your piece may differ slightly from that shown. I will provide pictures of your piece prior to shipping.

Bristlecone Pine trees are very long-lived, often reaching ages of at least 1,500 years. These incredible organisms live on high, wind-swept ridges, taking constant beatings from gale-force winds, sub-zero temperatures, and feet of snowfall.

I love to pair bristlecone with lichen, another of the oldest living organisms. Wearing a symbol of longevity reminds one to stand strong and focus on living each moment as it comes, embracing change and the cyclical nature of existence.

This particular piece boasts a colorful specimen of green rock posy from one of my favorite drives in Colorado--Boreas Pass in Summit/Park Counties. This is offset with minimal but tasteful blue silk stitching, making this piece rather feminine and dainty, considering its size.

The bristlecone measures 1.25" x 1.5" at its widest points, and hangs from an 18" brown leather cord fastened with an antiqued brass lobster clasp.

I love working with bristlecone, so would be more than happy to fulfill a custom order if you'd like a different thread color.

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* This item is made to order*

Due to the nature of the materials, your piece may differ slightly from that shown. I will provide pictures of your piece prior to shipping.

Bristlecone Pine trees are very long-lived, often reaching ages of at least 1,500 years. These incredible organisms live on high, wind-swept ridges, taking constant beatings from gale-force winds, sub-zero temperatures, and feet of snowfall.

I love to pair bristlecone with lichen, another of the oldest living organisms. Wearing a symbol of longevity reminds one to stand strong and focus on living each moment as it comes, embracing change and the cyclical nature of existence.

This particular piece boasts a colorful specimen of green rock posy from one of my favorite drives in Colorado--Boreas Pass in Summit/Park Counties. This is offset with minimal but tasteful blue silk stitching, making this piece rather feminine and dainty, considering its size.

The bristlecone measures 1.25" x 1.5" at its widest points, and hangs from an 18" brown leather cord fastened with an antiqued brass lobster clasp.

I love working with bristlecone, so would be more than happy to fulfill a custom order if you'd like a different thread color.