Michael Michaud

Spring Birch Spray Necklace

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Not only is the birch tree itself a staple inspiration for decor and design, but its flowers are as well. The flowers on the birch tree, more commonly known as catkins, grow both male and female variants that cross-pollinate by the wind. Male catkins typically start growing in autumn, whereas the female catkins sprout in the spring. When designing this collection, Michael was inspired by the way these flowering buds drape off the branches of the birch tree, creating beautiful, dangling adornments.

Bronze necklace with freshwater pearls. Necklace drops approximately 1 3/4" at center, and botanical component is approximately 3" across; exact contour will vary depending on length selected when clasping. Adjustable from 19.5" to 21.5" long with lobster clasp.