Cemetery Magnolia * Sterling Silver * Glass
This pendant is entirely handmade with genuine .925 sterling silver sheet metal & wire and has been stamped, hammered, torched, filed, shaped, & sawed by hand and features a real pressed magnolia petal under glass, picked from Greenwood Cemetery in the spooky heart of New Orleans, Louisiana.
Embellished with a hammered sterling silver magnolia branch with a dark patina to bring out the image.
The back is stamped with official .925 sterling and Haunted Cypress maker’s mark.
Sterling Pendant- Approx. 1.5” long from top of bail to lowest point of pendant.
Magnolia Petal: It is natural for the pressed magnolia petals to change color and texture over time, it’s just a part of wearing nature, watching it evolve is part of the fun!
Pro tip *Avoid wearing or storing in extreme humid conditions. Never wear near water.
Chain- Comes with a complimentary 18" hypoallergenic, stainless-steel cable chain and lobster clasp.
*To keep prices down, Sterling Silver chains are sold separately, see our “Sterling Chains” section in the shop for more options.
STERLING SILVER CARE
*STORAGE: While not being worn, it's best to store your silver jewelry at room temperature in a dark space, preferably in an airtight bag. Avoid direct sunlight and humidity, do not leave in a car or on a windowsill. If your piece does get wet, dry it off immediately.
*WEARING: -Never submerge your silver jewelry in water. Some tap water may contain sulfur which will discolor the metal. While wearing, avoid contact with hairspray, perfumes, or lotions to prevent damage or discoloration. Never go to bed while wearing your jewelry.
Gemstones (Especially Louisiana Opals) can be very delicate and should never be worn during strenuous activities to avoid damage to the stone. Dropping gemstones and glass cabs will likely result in damage to the piece, so be kind to your jewelry and wear with care!
*MAINTENANCE: Sterling Silver will tarnish over time, to keep your sterling piece looking new, gently rub with a soft cotton polishing cloth until shine is restored. Doing this regularly will prevent tarnish altogether. The use of liquid chemical jewelry cleaner is highly discouraged.