This sterling silver pendant is inspired by the rosehips that grow on the dunes of Nantucket. I love to pick them each year. The lovely light pink roses signal Spring while the rich red berries in the Fall mean it's time to make yummy jam! The pendant is hand-cut and shaped and includes a delicate sterling chain. The uniqueness of this pendant will draw attention.
The rosehip is found growing wild in the northern United States and Canada, along coastal areas, and around seaside sand dunes. It is the accessory fruit of the wild rose plant. Rose hips are used for herbal teas, jam, jelly, syrup, beverages, and wine.
Ogin means wild rose in the Navajo language.