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The last ten weeks of the artist van Gogh's life were spent at Auvers-sur-Oise. He died there from an infected (generally accepted to be self-inflicted) gunshot wound to the abdomen. During his brief stay at the Auberge Ravoux (pictured above) he finished close to 75 paintings.

This homage is a colorful necklace of semi-precious stones with glass and carved resin beads. The wheat field, in greens and golds holds three drops of blood. Above that a strand of blues, greys and white represent the skies he painted.

The one of a kind statement necklace hangs a little less than 24"(60cm) long at the longest strand. It closes with hammered copper cones and a Bali style hook clasp.

The necklace will be shipped USPS with insurance and domestic tracking included in the shipping price. I do use signature confirmation for shipments over $100.

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His paintings that inspired the colors in this necklace:
Landscape with the Chateau of Auvers at Sunset, June 1890
Wheat Fields with Crows, July 1890
Wheat Field Under Clouded Sky, July 1890

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Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Materials: Van Gogh homage necklace, with gemstones of lapis lazuli, magnesite, amber, blackstone, malachite, turquoise, serpentine jade, and Czech glass, resin, and mother of pearl, with copper clasp
  • Only ships within United States.
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