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Celebratory Flower Pottery Necklace

Carnation (January)

$54.00

Celebratory Flower Pottery Necklace

Regular price
$54
Sale price
$54

#2040-104 Jan In Stock

Celebrate life's memorable moments with a handcrafted necklace. Each of these handmade 5/8" pottery pendants features a hand-drawn flower in 22k gold and hangs from an 18-inch 14k gold-filled chain. Every piece is made by Curry Wilkinson Pottery in Burlington. 

Available in 12 designs (each sold separately):

Carnation - January birth flower - 1st wedding anniversary flower
Iris - February birth flower - 25th wedding anniversary flower
Daffodil - March birth flower - 10th wedding anniversary flower
Daisy - April birth flower - 5th wedding anniversary flower 
Lily of the Valley - May birth flower - 2nd wedding anniversary flower
Honeysuckle - June birth flower - 19th wedding anniversary flower
Larkspur - July birth flower - 39th wedding anniversary flower
Gladiolus - August birth flower - 40th wedding anniversary flower
Morning Glory - September birth flower - 11th wedding anniversary flower
Marigold - October birth flower 
Chrysanthemum - November birth flower - 13th wedding anniversary flower
Holly - December birth flower 

Made in North Carolina.

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Meet the Maker

Meet_Maker

Husband and wife team Curry and Sarah Wilkinson run Curry Wilkinson Pottery in Burlington. Curry apprenticed for three years under Joseph Sand and eventually built his own anagama kiln in July 2018. Each pottery piece is hand-thrown by Curry before it is glazed and fired. Their jewelry pieces are each hand-painted by Sarah. Together, they create quality pottery to use and enjoy every day. 

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Specifications

Specifications

  • Length: 18"
  • Materials: pottery, gold-filled chain
  • Made in North Carolina

Specifications

  • Length: 18"
  • Materials: pottery, gold-filled chain
  • Made in North Carolina

Meet the Maker

Husband and wife team Curry and Sarah Wilkinson run Curry Wilkinson Pottery in Burlington. Curry apprenticed for three years under Joseph Sand and eventually built his own anagama kiln in July 2018. Each pottery piece is hand-thrown by Curry before it is glazed and fired. Their jewelry pieces are each hand-painted by Sarah. Together, they create quality pottery to use and enjoy every day.