"Honeysuckle" | June Birth Flower, Anniversary, Special Occasion Necklace

"Honeysuckle" | June Birth Flower, Anniversary, Special Occasion Necklace


Each flower is hand drawn with real 22k gold, making each necklace pendant like a mini canvas! Each flower meaning is expressed outward and worn as a daily reminder of what you are commemorating! Please Note: This is a made-to-order item just for you! It will take us about 1-2 weeks to create and ship this necklace for you.


About Honeysuckle

The simple yet sweet flower Honeysuckle has powerful meanings: it’s said to symbolize love and the sweetness of life. In Scotland it’s believed to ward off evil and bring prosperity to your home. Honeysuckle is the June birth flower and is sometimes represented as the 19th Wedding Anniversary flower.


Click here to read more about the Language of Flowers and the meaning behind each flower.


Measures approximately .5" around. 

  • Shipping, Returns & FAQs

    If you order a made-to-order item and a ready-to-ship item, we will ship items separately if needed (depending on turnaround time for made-to-order.). All shipping is fully insured through USPS.

    We want you to be happy with your pottery! Please see our Returns & FAQs section here.

  • Individual Notes & Care for Your Jewelry

    Each necklace pendant comes with an 18" 14k gold filled chain and gift box. Each flower is hand drawn with real 22k gold, making each one unique! Due to the handmade nature of each piece, your flower pendant will look very similar to, but not exactly like the one pictured. Each piece, just like each special occasion is unique!

    Due to lighting, some areas of gold may appear darker in image. The back of the pendant is left a natural stoneware, unglazed.

    Care for your jewelry as you would any fine gold jewelry. Do not wear in the shower or to sleep. 


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