Simplicity has its own special power and elegance - a single bronze replica of a complete Edamame pod. Suspended on a flowing double strand of sterling silver dapped cable chain with tourmaline flourish.
1275 July 26 - The word "edamamé" first appears in Japan when the well-known Buddhist saint Nichiren Shônin writes a note thanking a parishioner for the edamamé he left at the temple. In: Nichiren Shonin Gosho Zenshu (The Collected Writings of Saint Nichiren).
Chain Length: 18” Dimensions: < 4 cm Materials: Bronze, sterling silver, tourmaline
Delicate, dazzling studs in Sterling Silver with Blue Topaz faceted gemstones. Molded from a wee barnacle collected on a wander. 5 mm diameter Materials: Sterling Silver, Blue Topaz
Tiny bronze studs molded from a tiny crab claw and set with a riveted Akoya pearl! Featuring a special "recto-verso" element that represents the claw both front and back. Original...
We all like a little twist, yes? A small, protected part of Cherry Hill Beach in Nova Scotia preserved a scrap of sun-hardened seaweed for me to discover. Look closely, this...