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Our flying hummingbird necklace in silver and creamy fossilized ivory highlights the movement that makes these miniature birds so irresistible with articulating sterling silver design details.
Please allow 10 days to 2 weeks for delivery.
The hummingbird's lithe body is carved from fossilized walrus tusk ivory, a prized natural material that is between 500 and 3,000 years old. This fossilized ivory has spent much of its long life buried underground where minerals stain it rich cream to honey and deep cocoa hues. Native Alaskans gather it for use in their arts and crafts or for sale and trade. Fossilized walrus ivory is valued as a unique accent to handmade jewelry such as this carved ivory pendant. At Zealandia, our use of fossilized ivory honors our love for the earth, its inhabitants living and gone, and the bounty of nature.
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