If you want your look to be a reflection of natural-style, look no further than our collection of botanical jewelry. The jewelry artisan, Nancy Nelson, who crafts each piece creates her wearable botanical replicas form actual natural findings of leaves, flowers, twigs and more; the petite pinecone featured in this elegant pendant necklace included. The collected natural elements are cast, and then hand finished and reimagined as beautiful nature-inspired accessories by Nancy.
This unique necklace features a little pinecone cast in sold brass hanging from an oxidized sterling silver chain. The contrast of the blackened chain and the dull shine of the brass gives the necklace an understated natural and elegant look. You are sure to get comments and complements on this charming accessory. Woodland-inspired with a refined touch, you’re guaranteed to radiate all-natural style whenever you wear it.
|Collection||American Artisan Jewelry|
|Made in||United States|
|Eco Info||Nancy is passionate about creating jewelry with an emphasis on quality, style, sustainability and integrity, while mindfully holding onto her authentic roots as a designer. Protecting Mother Earth is top priority (after all, her designs are picked from the earth itself), so she places high standards on sourcing ethically-mined stones, and using recycled metal when possible. Every piece of jewelry is created with low impact, environmentally conscious practices. She even gives back to nature, by donating a portion of all woodland jewelry sales to American Forests, which helps protect and restore forests worldwide.|
|Artisan Story||Nancy Nelson is a creator of authentically nature-inspired jewelry, which she makes in collaboration with Mother Nature herself. Nancy’s designs range from twigs and leaves to stems and flowers, but each an every piece is cast and created form an actual finding. She realized her passion for jewelry making in a metalsmith class during her college career as an industrial design major, and after school in 2007, she began her own business. By 2011 the business had grown to a full-operational level and Nancy found the need to grow her home as well. She built an in-home studio where she could continue to be inspired by the natural scenery around her forest home in the Appalachian Mountains , as well as balance her role as a wife and loving mother. You can still find her here today, drawing inspiration from the world around her and translating the marvel for nature she sees in her children’s eyes into wearable, all-natural, beautiful jewelry pieces.|