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Metasequoia pendant in silver

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Metasequoia pendant in silver

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Metasequoia pendants remind me of the feathers of a magical bird that brings good luck. A real Metasequoia leaf is covered with silver and turned into a pendant. Necklace length 420 mm. Precious minerals grown on the surface of silver give the pendant beautiful shades. The pendant is durable. This piece of jewelry is made in a single copy. The pendant comes in a beautiful gift box with an accompanying booklet that describes the brand's philosophy and our technology.

  • FLORA TM — finalist of the world's largest jewelry design competition Arte Y Joya (Spain, 2022)
  • Winner of the competition of Ukrainian manufacturers
  • Our company is included in the register of outstanding craft enterprises in Europe (Homo Faber Guide Michelangelo Foundation)
  • The choise of the New York Jewelry Week 2022-2023
  • Representing Ukraine at the International Jewelery Week in Milan 2022

Metasequoia was known only from fossils that had lain in the ground for millions of years. The discovery of several living trees in the mountains of China was a real sensation!

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  • Since its discovery, the dawn redwood has become something of a national point of pride, and it is protected under Chinese law and also planted widely
  • The dawn redwood was considered extinct until the mid-twentieth century. When the genus Metasequoia was first described in 1941, it was from Mesozoic Era fossils, none of which were less than 150 million years old