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Postage Stamp Necklace - 1958 USA Gardening and Horticulture

Postage Stamp Necklace - 1958 USA Gardening and Horticulture

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All Postage Stamp Jewelry sold at is shipped by the maker directly to you within seven days of your order. This item may be delivered separately from any other items purchased at the same time.

This necklace features a 1958 postage stamp from the United States of Gardening and Horticulture.

This stamp was issued in conjunction with a centennial celebration of the birth of noted horticulturalist Liberty Hyde Bailey. Bailey (1858-1954) founded the College of Agriculture at Cornell University in 1888, and was the dominant figure in the field of horticulture until his death on Christmas Day in 1954. He was also the co-founder of the American Society for Horticultural Science in 1903, and wrote 65 books on the subject.

The image was taken from a real, used, vintage postage stamp and may have post office cancellation marks.

The size of the pendant is 20mm and the chain is 18 inches long, in a matching antique bronze finish with a lobster clasp.

Pendants are water resistant but not waterproof. The artist recommends removing before showering, bathing, or swimming.

Each of these items is different. The images shown are sample photos and do not show the exact item you are purchasing. Because each is handmade using upcycled materials, you should understand that the product you receive will vary in appearance.

About Postage Stamp Jewelry

Erica Everett is a Hudson Valley artist. After discovering a box of stamps at a yard sale years ago, she began to make jewelry, breathing new life into those beautiful little squares of paper that have traveled to and from many places across the globe.

Since then she's been finding and peeling stamps off of the backs of letters sent between lovers, friends, spies, and everything in between. She has fallen in love with exploring how they have made their way to New York. She's drawn to nostalgic American images, strong female figures, beautiful florals, architectural details, and all things curious and whimsical when thumbing through stamps.

Each piece of jewelry is one-of-a-kind and handmade from a vintage, cancelled postage stamp, and your wearing will add miles to its travels!

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