Moss Terrarium Statement Necklace
Twigs, wispy mosses, and frilly lichens hand-gathered from Oregon and suspended in an eco resin produced using green chemistry. Hand cast, each piece of terrarium jewelry is completely unique.
Showcase your love and fascination with the natural world with a stunning and original resin moss jewelry center piece. Makes a great gift for gardeners, bryology fanatics, nature jewelry, and science jewelry collectors.
Necklace measures 18 inches around falling right underneath the collar bone. Largest pendant is about 6 cm tall and 1 cm wide. Brass tube spacer beads.
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By showcasing mother nature's beautiful gifts I want to make sure that I am respecting the Earth and its inhabitants while I grow my business.
I source my natural materials from other small business sellers who usually have these gorgeous specimens in their backyards, It is important to me to give back to the small business community when i can! I carefully arrange the lichen pieces in my handmade mold so that they are permanently preserved in just the right arrangement.
I am proud to use a resin supplier that is an ecologically conscious company. They lower their greenhouse gas emissions and make sure they source their carbon from non-petroleum renewable sources. Waste products from other industrial processes are also repurposed as raw material for the epoxy that I use. My supplier does everything they can to lower their impact on the environment while producing the quality material I use in my jewelry.
I do not accept cancellations.
Usually ship out in 3-4 work days. Please note that Squidlicks is not responsible for any international customs fees.
Just contact me within: 14 days of delivery
Ship items back to me within: 30 days of delivery
But please contact me if you have any problems with your order.
Because of the nature of these items, unless they arrive damaged or defective, I can't accept returns for:
I have a no return policy. However, I will be happy to exchange an item or give store credit if the item is defective as a result of the creation process.