Asymmetrical Lavender Beaded Necklace - Matthew 6:28-30

by Fair Bloom

£40.00

A delicate asymmetrical lavender flower necklace to remind us of God's provision and promise.

Ships from - United Kingdom

Product description

Matthew 6:28-30

"And why do you worry about clothes? See how the flowers of the field grow. They do not labor or spin. Yet I tell you that not even Solomon in all his splendor was dressed like one of these. If that is how God clothes the grass of the field, which is here today and tomorrow is thrown into the fire, will he not much more clothe you—you of little faith?"

Made of Toho glass seed beads, Swarovski crystals and sterling silver/silver-plated chain and findings. 

This necklace is asymmetric, with a lavender stalk curving gracefully around one side of the neck and Swawrovski crystals along the other. 

9 - 10cm lavender stalk, total necklace length of  42 - 48cm/17 - 19inch chain, including extension. 

If you require a longer necklace length, please contact me directly and I am happy to make it for you.

*As the lavender flower stalks are made using freeform stitch, each necklace may differ from the next. 

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This piece of jewellery is hand-wrapped in its own pretty gift box and ribbon (see pictures) and ready to be shipped within 1- 3 working days.

Comes gift-wrapped and ready to be gifted!

Each piece of jewellery is made to withstand regular wear and I test them during a regular day out. Nevertheless, please take care when handling and storing them as they are still delicate creations. 


Shipping

Ships from - United Kingdom

  • £1.50 - UK
  • £4.00 - International

Meet the Maker

Fair Bloom

Japanese glass seed jewellery to celebrate your story

Fair bloom represents the vision of all women knowing their true beauty and worth. It is the desire for women to recognise that who we are is wonderfully acceptable, uniquely ours and definitely, definitely enough; there is no need to be more of this or less of that. We are beautiful because we are His. 

The word ‘beautiful’ seems to have lost the rich offering it carries. The suffix -ful tagged on at the end of a word is often overlooked. But what if we broke the word down?

Wonderful = full of wonder

Joyful = full of joy

Beautiful = full of beauty

Standing alone, -ful becomes ‘full’ and returns the significance to the word.

Full = containing as much as possible, having no empty space; not lacking anything, complete.

I hope that my jewellery conveys the message that "You are loved. You are appreciated. You are not taken for granted."

Every woman is, without shame, a fair, beautiful bloom through Christ. And because of that, your story is worth celebrating.

Celebrating you,

Marianne

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