Ammonite and Rainbow Moonstone Pendant

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About this Product

Embrace the enchanting beauty of nature with this exceptional handmade pendant, meticulously crafted from Polymer Clay. The centerpiece features a mesmerizing Ammonite fossil slice, evoking a profound connection with ancestral spirits. Complementing this fossil, a shimmering Rainbow Moonstone gemstone adds a touch of ethereal elegance to the design. To complete the ensemble, an ethically sourced Elk tooth symbolizes a harmonious connection with the natural world.

This one-of-a-kind piece, measuring 2.5 x 2 inches, is more than just jewelry—it's a wearable work of art that captures the essence of nature's beauty. The intricate details and thoughtful combination of elements make this pendant a unique and meaningful accessory. Whether worn for special occasions or as an everyday statement, let this pendant become a cherished symbol of your connection to both the past and the natural world.

Elevate your style with a touch of natural grace and order this stunning pendant today to add a unique and meaningful piece to your jewelry collection.

All pendants come with a Suede cord and are ready to wear! If you wish to have a custom Sterling Silver, Brass or Copper chain added to this pendant, please click --> here <--

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**NOTE** This item in not sealed. To protect the piece, please do not wear while swimming or bathing.

The Greene Bead

Racine, WI
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Meet the Maker

Hello! My name is Leha, and I am the artist for The Greene Bead. I specialize in wire wrapped and Polymer Clay jewelry, and I also create miniature fairy garden Trinket Dishes and wire wrapped gemstone tree sculptures. I try to use as much naturally derived product as I can, including all genuine gemstones, mined locally here in Wisconsin, Illinois and from around the world. Some of my pieces even include upcycled items such as vintage beads, crystals and buttons!

My journey began back in 2010 as a way to create new jewelry for myself, a broke college student, by taking apart jewelry I already owned and piecing it back together to create new items. One of my roommates at the time saw what I was doing and asked me to create a few pieces for him, and that's how this all started! 

After many years of practice and improvement (I'm still improving everyday!), I've come to the point in my journey where I can start giving back. I've created many pieces to be used in silent auctions to raise money for my high school, my hometown library, benefits for friends and family to help with medical bills, and even Parkinson's research and Veterans' Assistance programs.

Last, but certainly not least, it is my personal goal to make sure each and every item I create for you is completely unique and that you are 100% satisfied with your order. Please feel free to message me with any questions, comments or concerns! I wish you all the best in your endeavors to find that perfect gift for yourself or someone you love.

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How it’s Made

I stumbled upon a pair of Ammonite fossil slices at a gemshow several years ago in Viroqua, Wisconsin. When I brought them home, I was surprised to find a pair of Elk teeth waiting for me in my mailbox! Sent by a very close family friend who lives in Wyoming, I knew that I wanted to pair these two items together. Ammonite is great for ancestral work, and what better way to ground you to the earth than a piece of the earth itself? I decided to mix up a "galaxy" blend of Polymer Clay to represent the sky, and added a Rainbow Moonstone teardrop to represent the tears of the Moon, which has been around nearly as long as the earth itself.  

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Shop Policies

SHIPPING POLICY: Domestic shipping for jewelry is sent by First Class bubble mailer (your items are protected in a jewelry box!). I am not responsible for any delays after item has shipped. If your item has been marked "delivered" but has not arrived, please file a 'lost package' claim with your Post Office. Often times, missing packages are with a neighbor, or still at the local office. If this has not resolved the issue within a few days, please contact me and I will do what I can to help you recover your package.

RETURN POLICY: I do not accept returns due to hygienic reasons, but there are of course, a few exceptions:
-Broken Upon Delivery: All items delivered broken by no fault of the buyer may be eligible for a full refund, in which I will ask for photographs of the packaging and item/s in order to issue you a refund if we cannot resolve a way to repair the item.
-Custom orders: Custom orders may not be returned, unless buyer receives broken (See Broken Upon Delivery)

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Shop Reviews (2)

A friend made me a very special pendant that required a very special chain. I love handmade chains, and Telleha at The Greene Bead made me the most beautiful custom-made sterling silver chain! I wish I could post a photo. The quality of her work is beyond words! Thank you, Telleha! ♥♥

Swalle @ WG

Purchased 2 rings and both were stunning. Prettier in person than I imagined they would be. Well packaged and arrived quickly.