Michael Michaud. Petite Driftwood Link Pendant Necklace - Indie Indie Bang! Bang!
Michael Michaud. Petite Driftwood Link Pendant Necklace - Indie Indie Bang! Bang!
Michael Michaud. Petite Driftwood Link Pendant Necklace - Indie Indie Bang! Bang!

Michael Michaud Petite Driftwood Link Pendant

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Driftwood is wood that has been washed ashore by the action of winds, tides or waves. As it floats in the ocean, it provides food and shelter for birds, fish and other aquatic species before making its way to land. It can become the foundation for sand dunes or used as part of decorative furniture or other art forms. Listen to the lapping waves and picture yourself drifting in sparkling blue waters!

Materials: The Petite Driftwood pendant cast in hand patinated bronze with finishes of gold and gunmetal.

Measures: Chain: 18" - 19" L (adjustable); Pendant: 1.77" L x 1.27" W

About Michael Michaud Jewelry
The Michael Michaud Jewelry Collection, designed by Michael Michaud, is a world renowned collection of botanical jewelry. It captures the beauty and exquisite detail of nature using soft patinas on bronze accented with pearls, beads, coral and stones. His exacting attention to detail gives you true to nature, botanical jewelry.

This unique jewelry is made by creating molds directly from botanical elements in a process similar to lost-wax casting. While traditional lost-wax casting begins with a hand-carved model of wax, Michael Michaud instead uses an actual leaf, branch or flower in place of the wax model. A mold is created around the botanical element and as it is heated the plant matter burns away and leaves behind a beautifully detailed mold of itself.

Michael Michaud Jewelry is renowned for its beauty and workmanship and is featured in the finest museums,  galleries and speciality retailers around the world. Many collections are commissioned by leading museums such as The Victoria & Albert Museum, The Art Institute of Chicago, The National Gallery of Art and the Château de Versailles.