These feathery spirals inspired by the Rose of Jericho may appear delicate, but the plant itself is anything but. Latin nameanastatica, this desert plant is famous for its ability to survive for years in desiccation. When deprived of water, it curls inward, opening again only when its thirst is quenched. The Rose of Jericho can even be uprooted and blown across the landscape, and still survive to root and thrive again.
Is this Rose of Jericho curling inward to prepare for drought, or is it opening to accept abundance? Only you know which. Commemorate both of these survival skills with a necklace like you—equal parts tough and beautiful.
Size:Diamond pendants are approximately 0.9inches square (22mm) and come with an 18” Sterling Silver chain.