Preserved-Nature Jewelry

North Muskegon, Michigan | 3536 Sales


Preserved-Nature Jewelry

North Muskegon, Michigan 3536 Sales On Etsy since 2013

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OKAVARK Pendants

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OKAVARK Pendants

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We specialize in the artistry of blending nature into a unique and wearable form of jewelry

Each of these pendants are created in an Eco-friendly way to preserve the beauties of the cross-sections found within mother nature. We incorporate elements native to the land we come from as well as the collection of species we've gathered from around the globe. We were blessed with a black walnut tree in our backyard to harvest from. We collect from underneath the scenes of obliterated wild-life caused by various acts of human development-- it is our way of restoring honor to the ancient trees and root structures that man wipes out. The Okavark team occupies a family-built cabin in the land of the great lakes in Western Michigan-- of which we call our home and studio. On our website you'll find a rainbow of different elements from roots, nuts and vines to a variety of wood species, all wonderfully used in our craft and made entirely with our hands from beginning to end.. Together we've made dreams come true by cooperatively constructing a log cabin, also known as "home base" and the essential meeting post to have and to work from forever more. We are grateful for this land to care for as well as the bounty of resources around us. We are altogether self supporting artists hopeful to make a life and a living, solely reliant on the foundation of our crafts. We are eternally grateful for each of you who share the mutual appreciation, giving homes to our creations and keeping us enchanted to create more. We can feel the blessings dropping their blossoms around us.
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  • Paige Simpkins

    Creator, Photographer, Owner

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Last updated on Aug 9, 2018
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keep all pendants out of temperatures exceeding 120 degrees