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Tamarisk Fire Necklace

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Tamarisk Fire Necklace

40.00
sold out

This necklace boasts a hardy sample of orange rockbright lichen found in Larimer County, CO. The wood in which it sits is a uniquely-grained tamarisk burl, featuring incredible hues of pink, orange, and blue-gray on its backside. Tamarisk is a non-native, invasive tree that is drastically altering the ecosystem of the Colorado River Corridor. It grows in dense stands along riverbanks, stretching as far as the eye can see. This particular piece is from the Moab, UT area.

 

This pendant measures 1.25" by 1.5" at its largest points. It hangs from a 17" green leather cord that is secured by an antiqued brass lobster clasp.

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This necklace boasts a hardy sample of orange rockbright lichen found in Larimer County, CO. The wood in which it sits is a uniquely-grained tamarisk burl, featuring incredible hues of pink, orange, and blue-gray on its backside. Tamarisk is a non-native, invasive tree that is drastically altering the ecosystem of the Colorado River Corridor. It grows in dense stands along riverbanks, stretching as far as the eye can see. This particular piece is from the Moab, UT area.

 

This pendant measures 1.25" by 1.5" at its largest points. It hangs from a 17" green leather cord that is secured by an antiqued brass lobster clasp.