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Georgia Bronze & Black Ceramics

118.00
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Georgia Bronze & Black Ceramics

118.00

The Georgia makes a statement. Three cast bronze arcs hang on leather cord. The negative space between is filled with black Greek ceramics. Secured with knots, this necklace is adjustable to find the perfect length for you.

  • Length: 20" - 30" (adjustable)

The Georgia is a part of the Femina collection, which celebrates simple, modern forms and natural materials. Based on striking neutrals, intentional strokes of color punctuate the collection. Each piece is named after an influential and inspiring woman, who has made a tremendous impact on the world. 

The Georgia necklace is named for Georgia O’Keeffe, who made her mark as one of the most innovative and captivating artists of the twentieth century. Known as the “Mother of American modernism,” O’Keeffe was an independent spirit and an incredibly influential artist. Georgia spent her life crating and actively painted through her nineties.

CARE INSTRUCTIONS

The bronze pendant and leather will patina with time and exposure to the elements. Jewelry should be removed before swimming or showering to help maintain shine. Gently polish the piece with a jewelry polishing cloth to restore its original shine. 

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The Georgia makes a statement. Three cast bronze arcs hang on leather cord. The negative space between is filled with black Greek ceramics. Secured with knots, this necklace is adjustable to find the perfect length for you.

  • Length: 20" - 30" (adjustable)

The Georgia is a part of the Femina collection, which celebrates simple, modern forms and natural materials. Based on striking neutrals, intentional strokes of color punctuate the collection. Each piece is named after an influential and inspiring woman, who has made a tremendous impact on the world. 

The Georgia necklace is named for Georgia O’Keeffe, who made her mark as one of the most innovative and captivating artists of the twentieth century. Known as the “Mother of American modernism,” O’Keeffe was an independent spirit and an incredibly influential artist. Georgia spent her life crating and actively painted through her nineties.

CARE INSTRUCTIONS

The bronze pendant and leather will patina with time and exposure to the elements. Jewelry should be removed before swimming or showering to help maintain shine. Gently polish the piece with a jewelry polishing cloth to restore its original shine.