Kintsugi, or "repair with gold", is a Japanese practice that uses gold to repair broken pottery - it suggests that there is more beauty in enhancing our flaws rather than seeking to hide them.
Kinokosugi, or "repair with mushrooms," is a modern play on this ancient tradition. Mushrooms are a symbol of rebirth and regeneration, as well as resilience - they can grow in the unlikeliest of places. In these pieces I have reclaimed a beautiful, broken crystal point that had been neglected due to its imperfection, and instead highlighted it using tiny electroformed copper mushrooms.
This piece is made with rainbow fluorite, an enchanting and colorful stone thought to be a particularly good crystal for assisting with focus, clear thinking, and creative inspiration.
The total length of the pendant measures just under 2.5 inches and comes on a 24-inch antiqued copper chain. If you would prefer a different length of chain or leather cord, please include a note at checkout.
All electroformed jewelry includes a copper care sheet as well as a jewelry polishing cloth to keep your piece looking its finest.