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Inner Strength Necklace


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Jill Redman and Erin Cressaty

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Maker sisters Jill Redman and Erin Cressaty create subtly significant jewelry that inspires inner strength. Modeled after the constellation Orion, this understated necklace features the bright star Bellatrix--in Latin its name means female warrior. The star-studded necklace is inlaid with sterling silver droplets on ebony hardwood. Handmade in Oregon.

Sisters, Jill Redman and Erin Cressaty created Blue Poppy Jewelry in 2006.

The goal behind Jill and Erin's designs is to create beautiful jewelry with a very subtle significance—jewelry that has a strong personal connection to the wearer without being obvious.

As mothers, sisters, wives and friends, they strive to create a line of jewelry for women and to honor those in their lives who mean the world.

Blue Poppy Jewelry is created by preparing the beauty of fine metals with raw, organic materials from the Earth. Each piece is created with a heartfelt compassion for life, love and nature. All elements of their jewelry are made in the United States with environmentally friendly choices made wherever possible. They take pride in their use of recycled fine metals and conflict-free diamonds.


Made in the USA

Made from
sterling silver, ebony wood
0.75" dia pendant; 18" L
Avoid water and harsh cleansers.
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within 8 days, arriving no later than the 9th business day after the order was placed.
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within 4 days, arriving 5 business days after the order was placed.
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within 2 days, arriving 3 business days after the order was placed.
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will ship the same day and arrive 1 business day later.

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