Ray of Sunshine with Hydrangea Tear Drop Pendulum Necklace


This pendulum necklace does one thing and one thing ONLY. It celebrates this versatile flower. The maidenhair ferns only add to this old world charm – they look brilliant against the skin – especially when they catch the sun or light, it dances like a dandelion in the spring breeze.

The etymological meaning of hydrangea stems from the Greek words for water, hydros and jar, angos. It was given to the plant because of its shape resembling an ancient water pitcher.

Book pressing flowers result in a tonne of damaged petals and sometimes flowers getting pulled apart while turning pages or petals coming apart. But I’ve never had the heart to throw these ruffled little botanicals away.

This shape was inspired by the need to use even the ruffled botanicals in an aesthetic manner. The long tear drop accommodates the flowers – full, half and just petals alike!

A dramatic piece that comes with a suede cord meant to be worn closer to the neck.

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