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long gold brass leaves, otto, eco friendly necklace, nature inspired, organic gold necklace, contemporary art jewelry, delicate hippy chik,

Handmade by Mai Solorzano

Original Price $287.50
Current Price $143.75
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this is a hand made long necklace with sets of golden helicopter seeds, that move in circles, it is made of satin brass and is around 50cm.

This collection was inspired in nature, in those magic little things that we miss to enjoy. It resembles of those tiny leafs that fall off the trees during autumn in Buenos Aires. People call them helicopters because of the movement they make while falling.

All my products are made with love, with a concept and reflection, I want to make some thing for you that you really love, not only an other jewel, I wanted to be special, It is 100% hand made, whit time, dedication and love for you.

all my pieces are pretty gift wrapped on a clean natural paper whit care instructions.

if you have any question please let me know

mai

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Every purchase is direct income for families in emerging countries