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Tiny Pod Cluster Necklace

by Christina Hirst

£180.00

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Carry a touch of nature around your neck with this delicate shimmering necklace.

Carry a touch of nature around your neck with this delicate shimmering necklace.

It’s simple and elegant enough to wear during the workday and just the thing to add a little twinkle to an evening outfit. This lovely piece features clusters of tiny silver pods inspired by natural seedpods, strung on a strand of semi-precious gemstones secured with a discreet bayonet clasp.

Choose from two versions:

  • Brushed oxidised silver with glowing Moonstone
  • Polished oxidised silver with smoky Labradorite

Both of these subtly coloured faceted gemstones have a wonderful iridescent quality that makes them gleam whenever they catch the light.

Christina takes her inspiration from all kinds of natural forms – trees, vines, berries and buds – and enjoys translating them into unique wearable craftworks.

Material

Labradorite, Moonstone, Silver

Size Guide

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Also by Christina Hirst

Christina Hirst

Jeweller

Edinburgh-based jeweller Christina Hirst spent her Leeds childhood enjoying two pastimes in particular; growing things and making things. Hardly surprising then that she's grown up to pursue a successful creative career combining those twin passions: plants and crafting in metal.

Christina moved to Scotland over 20 years ago to study at Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art & Design in Dundee. After originally setting up there, she moved her studio south to Coburg House Studios in Leith in Edinburgh in 2012.

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