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Cute Necklace *Hav'u Carrots?* with Petrified Wood and Glass Carrots

Cute Necklace *Hav'u Carrots?* with Petrified Wood and Glass Carrots
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64,00 EUR

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Shipping time: 3-4 Days *

Product no.: herbst-45
Print product data sheet Cute Necklace *Hav'u Carrots?* with Petrified Wood and Glass Carrots
Item Category:  Jewels for the neck / necklace / collier
Colour:  green, light green / brown / beige / orange
Material:  metal / plastic / glass / stone, gemstone, pearls / wood / cork
Style:  romantic, playful / fancy, crazy
Motive / Theme:  Nature / Animals
to be used for:  kids / girls / women
useful for:  Spring / Summer / Fall / Oktoberfest

At the sight of this cute necklace you will notice immediately the small, bright orange glass carrots, right?

Light brown beads of petrified wood (6 mm diameter) were alternately strung on double copper-colored jewelry wire with beads of "fresh" wood (8 mm diameter). Orange and green seed beads sit on the wire between the wooden beads.
At regular intervals, small carrots of glass interrupt the row of pearls, they joke funny out of the necklace.

The center of the necklace is formed by a tiny, light brown bunny figure (Schleich model figure), who sits up and begs and looks at you with good will.

Length of necklace: 50 cm
Bunny pendant size: 2,7 cm
Copper-colored lobster clasp

Unique!

Worth knowing about carrots

The carrot (Daucus carota subsp. Sativus), also referred to as yellow beet, yellow turnip or root is known only in culture form of wild carrot (Daucus carota) within the family of Umbelliferae (Apiaceae). From this vegetable plant almost exclusively the taproot is used.
In addition to the sugar content, essential oils and fruit acids are responsible for the typical carrot taste. The latter is dominated by malic acid, followed by citric acid, quinic acid, succinic acid and fumaric acid.
The orange carrots commonly used today may have originated in the Netherlands. In any case, the first evidences are Dutch paintings from the end of the 17th century.

Worth knowing about petrified wood

A petrified forest is a fossil forest whose constituents were rebuilt by the process of silicification (incorporation of silicic acids) and thus preserved. Individual parts of fossil wood are called Dendrolith or petrified wood or petrified tree.
Corresponding objects often show such a clear structure that the plant species can be recognized with the help of a microscope. Softwoods and ferns are very common among them.
Petrified wood was once considered to be great bones or a tool of the gods and used as a stone of power for magical purposes. Therefore, it is used in the esoteric as an aid to remember past lives. Allegedly it stimulates harmony and modesty and increases the earthly bond and the sense of home.

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This Product was added to our catalogue on Thursday 12 September, 2019.

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