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In Japan, the hydrangea, known as the ajisai (ah-gee-sigh), is celebrated as the flower of the rainy season (Tsuyu) in June. Its bright and deep blues and purples are admired almost as much as the sakura in April.

I decided to capture its beautiful colors and accent it with abalone from New Zealand, purchased personally from me during my most recent visit at the Transitional Cardboard Cathedral in Christchurch. Here, you can see the abalone's mother of pearl reflects the same colors as the hydrangea. With real shell and embroidered hydrangeas, no one else will have this pendant.

The pendant is about 1.5 inches wide, or 4.5 centimeters. The flowers are about 1 inch wide, or 2.5 centimeters. The chain is either 22 inches, or 56 centimeters (just about the cleavage area for most) or 15 inches, or 38 centimeters (right at the collar bone for most). You can choose either a gold or silver chain.

While the hydrangea is usually a summer flower, you can wear it any time of the year for a day out in the town, a hydrangea themed wedding, or prom.

Blue Hydrangea Necklace | Something blue for bride | Bridesmaid

SKU: HYDNecklace
¥5,000Price
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