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seasons terrarium necklaces

by Catherine Weitzman for the Uncommon Collection $85.00 - 95.00

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Well Seasoned Style

Inspired by her extensive travel by land and sea, jewelry designer Catherine Weitzman expresses her love of nature through art, design, and fashion.

These seasonal terrarium necklaces allow you to carry your favorite time of year with your in lustrous organic style. Filled with a lush array of dried greenery, semi-precious beads, and more, each sterling silver or 18K vermeil-capped tube encapsulates the essence of spring, summer, fall, and winter. Handmade in Hawaii.

Exclusively at UncommonGoods.

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sterling silver, peridot, dried flowers, apatite, borosilicate glass, cubic zirconium, quartz, 18K gold vermeil, dried moss
2" H x 0.5" diameter; 24" chain
To ensure your jewelry remains clean and fresh, please store it in an airtight container or ziplock and care for it in the following ways: Silver: to maintain the matte finish, rub lightly with gentle steel wool or scotch brite, or clean with an old toothbrush and any white toothpaste. Vermeil (gold plate): gently clean with any mild soap or dish detergent, and dry with a soft clean cloth.
  • the maker

Catherine Weitzman for the Uncommon Collection

Each of the products in the Uncommon Collection meets five important standards for design and social responsibility, in keeping with our constant efforts to build a better business:

1) Original design
2) Responsible business practices
3) Environmentally-friendly materials
4) Resourceful packaging
5) Only found at UncommonGoods

Read more about how the Seasons Terrarium necklaces made the cut for the Uncommon Collection.

The Seasons Terrarium necklaces were designed and made by Catherine Weitzman. Catherine has been creating her signature line of silver, gold and glass jewelry for the past six years. Her inspiration emerges from her own innate sense of organic stye, her love and respect for the ocean, and her extensive world travels. It was during these travels that Catherine started honing her design skills, and had the good fortune to study hand-in-hand with traditional artisans from many of the exotic locales that, for periods of time, became home. In addition to apprenticing with metalsmiths at the Scuola Lorenzo di Medici in Florence, this group of mentors included the silversmiths of the Sahara, bamboo whittlers from Indonesia and the creators of precious metal clay in Tokyo.

Drawing equally from each of these experiences, Catherine developed her own unique process and style of glass fabrication. She designs much of the work with her husband, Scott Diamond, and is blessed to produce the jewelry with an extremely gifted handmade production team in their California and Hawaii studios.

Catherine and Scott design with a sense of fun and a love of life. Their aim is to share this with each individual who sees the jewelry, wears it, and makes it her own.

Catherine's jewelry business was founded in 2000, and now employs 6 people.

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