*** This creation is only available as a personalized commission order ***

As part of my “Dream Garden” collection, this wonderfully formed bronze Calla Lily flower bloom complements the Labradorite gemstone. The gemstone produces wonderful multi-color flashes (labradorescence).

 

Inspired by those moments when the aromas of nature overwhelms thoughts with the sweet perfume of life. When feelings can be explored to reveal the truth of what is.  The Dream Garden allows us to experience life without concepts or beliefs for the future, this is "Hope".

 

Hand formed and carved with flowing ribbons and Calla Lilly blooms in bronze metal clay. The wonderful Labradorite is embraced by flowing dimensional forms giving birth to the Calla Lilly blooms. This piece has a deep natural patina (oxidized) to produce the effect of a multi generation heirloom. To compliment this effect, a satin finish has been applied to the embellishments to produce an organic feel.

 

The reverse of the pendant is nicely decorated with a symbol of a dark moon, representing our capacity to pass through darkness into the light. 

 

Pendant Length : 5 cm / 2"
Pendant Width : 3 cm / 1.18"
Necklace : Suspended from a 45.72 cm / 18" bronze chain that connects with a bronze toggle clasp. Although this is my recommended necklace length, it will be a pleasure to personalize the length to match your preference.

Dream Garden - Hope - Bronze / Labradorite

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