Plant Lady Necklace
Our unique and quirky Plant Lady Necklace is the perfect everyday necklace for all of the plant lovers out there. The Plant Lady pendant is gold-plated and comes on a delicate gold-filled chain. Made in the USA.
- Pendant is cast in brass and then plated in 14K gold, 1" in width
- Chain is 16" 14k gold-filled cable chain
Pairing Suggestion: Have some layering fun and pair it with our Monstera Leaf Necklace or Saints Choker, or both if you love the layered look!
Inspiration: This piece was designed as a mantle of hope that Jesus has planted so many seeds in each one of us. He is tending to us in every season, even the barren ones.
We want to give you the highest quality products, while supporting manufacturers and suppliers here in the USA.
The majority of our jewelry is gold-filled or gold-plated, and is designed by Rebekah in Seattle, WA.
Gold-filled jewelry is composed of a base metal with a layer of solid gold pressure-bonded to it. It is an affordable and beautiful alternative to solid gold, and is tarnish resistant. It's easy to care for and should last you a lifetime. The majority of our gold-filled pieces are 14k gold-filled and will be specified in the product listing.
Gold-plated jewelry is not solid gold, but looks just like it. We love gold-plating because, like gold-filled, it is an affordable and beautiful alternative to solid gold. The piece starts with a base metal (brass, sterling silver, etc.), then a chemical process is used to deposit a very thin layer of gold, creating a durable and long-wearing surface. The majority of our gold-plated pieces are 14K or 24K gold-plated, and will be specified in the product listing. With proper care, the thickness of our gold-plated pieces allows for wear over many years.
Our jewelry is handmade and designed by Rebekah. Many pieces are unique and hand-drawn.
All of our materials are sourced and manufactured in the USA. We love supporting other local small businesses, so the vast majority of our jewelry is designed, sourced, and manufactured here in the Seattle area.