This Lavender Necklace Choker is made of real pressed Lavender. Perfect purple flower necklace for that purple lover in your life!
It is a one-of-a-kind, unique piece of botanical jewelry handmade with love in the mountains of BC, Canada.
Lavender signifies "Tranquility" in the historical language of Floriography.
• Comes with a 14", 15", 16" or 18" chain.
• Model wears a 15" chain.
** CHOKER ----- IMPORTANT! Use a string to measure the part of the neck where you would like it to fit, otherwise it may be too tight if you don't measure the exact length!
• Pendant tray material is made of stainless steel. It is hypoallergenic. Stainless Steel is 'low maintenance' as it does not tarnish.
• Sealed in an eco friendly resin.
• It is both water and UV resistant.
• Pendant is a circle. 12mm in diameter.
• It is a real Lavender! We grow all of our botanicals in our woodland gardens out at Mabel Lake, BC, Canada.
• Comes in a beautiful Pressed Wishes Jewellery Box.
** Each pendant is one-of-a-kind and no two pieces will ever be the exact same. This is due to nature's individuality. Please note that the necklace you receive will look slightly different than the ones showcased here.
- OUR PROCESS -
All of the botanicals are sourced from our gardens at Mabel Lake, BC Canada and the surrounding mountainous landscape. Each flower and leaf must be harvested at its peak to ensure the highest of quality. They are then pressed in a traditional flower press which includes herbarium papers. We do colour enhance the botanicals by hand to protect them from fading. Each botanical is then carefully selected and artfully arranged onto a variety of handmade papers.
We use locally milled wood to handcraft a variety of frames. Each frame goes through a 5 step sanding process to ensure the highest of quality. It is then finished with a stain and/or lacquer to best suit the botanical artwork.
From our Gardens to your Home.
Processing time: Once we receive your order, it will take 3-6 business days for the item to be shipped out. We live in the Canadian mountains are have to drive 30 minutes into the closest town.