wearable planter necklaceby Colleen Jordan
- the story
Growing In Beauty
Poet John Keats wrote, "A thing of beauty is a joy forever." Designer Colleen Jordan wanted to know if that is true, and began to create jewelry that combines the fleeting with the permanent to create something truly timeless.
These extraordinary pendants, created using the latest 3D printing technology, are designed to hold some of nature's fragile creations--wildflowers, succulents, air plants, or other tiny greens. The 3D process is able to produce delicate, seemingly impossible forms, using a durable plastic resin in colors that complement their organic component.
Add a few spoonfuls of soil to create a tiny living garden, or use the vessels as miniature bud vases. Made in Atlanta, Georgia.
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- Item ID
- Made from
- waxed cotton, 3D printed acrylic
- 1.4" dia x 0.8" W x 0.7" H, cord length 24", adjustable
- Wipe clean. Plant not included.
- the maker
Colleen Jordan is a designer from Atlanta, GA. She studied Industrial Design at the Georgia Institute of Technology, where she developed an interest in new fabricating technologies and batch manufacturing.
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