Posted by on Jan 23, 2014 in | 0 comments

In 1902 Dora and her family loaded all of their belongings, including livestock, onto a train and moved from Virginia to Tennessee. One of Dora’s very special belongings that made that train ride was a rose bush.   Cuttings of this bush have been passed down the generations.  One hundred and twelve years have passed, Dora’s East TN farm doesn’t exist any more, but up on a hill in the middle of a subdivision Dora’s rose bush thrives.

I combined beautiful flat rectangle Unikite, freshwater pearls, bronze wire, bronze cross, a bronze snap clasp and eight 8mm rose beads to create  Cleta’s 31″ necklace. The second picture shown is the back of the necklace, I love to personalize the pieces I create…This necklace price  as shown is $240.00.