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birthstone bud necklace

by Nancy Nelson
Handmade
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Blossoming Style

Capture the vitality of your birth month with this graceful necklace featuring a delicate sterling silver branch, hand-cast from a real tree branch, budding with two luminous birthstones. Handmade in West Virginia.Exclusively at UncommonGoods.

January: Garnet
February: Amethyst
March: Aquamarine
April: White Sapphire
May: Green Onyx
June: Moonstone
July: Ruby
August: Peridot
September: Blue Sapphire
October: Pink Tourmaline
November: Citrine
December: Blue Topaz

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Handmade
Community Voted
Item ID
20972
Made from
sterling silver, semi precious stones
Measurements
Branch: 2.25" L. Chain with branch: 17" L
Notes
Polish with a soft cloth.
  • the maker
Nancy Nelson

Nancy Nelson

Nancy Nelson believes that jewelry should evoke an emotion and tell a story for every wearer. Her passion for working with metals emerged while obtaining her BFA in Industrial Design. She enrolled in a metalsmithing class where she made her first sterling silver ring. After that point, she was hooked and continued developing her own unique style.

A beautiful blend of modern shapes and rustic forms can be seen in all of her designs. Nancy's works reflects a love for nature, where she finds inspiration in the beauty that surrounds us. "Every natural finding I have casted is discovered by me usually not too far from home in the rural countryside. Once I find that perfect object with beautiful shapes and texture, I bring it back to my studio and figure out how I can transform it into a simple, feminine and rustic chic piece of jewelry." Every one of Nancy's pieces is hand-assembled in her studio in West Virginia.

Visit our blog to learn more about how Nancy Nelson uses found organic objects to create nature-inspired jewelry.
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