Two pearl pea pod pendant necklace by Michael Michaud
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These annuals prefer cool weather and mature early. The "peas" inside the pod are considered berries by botanists. Common folklore regarding peas is that if you count the number of peas in a pod the crop will fail. Pennsylvanian Germans always planted peas under the sign of Gemini, hoping to get two for one and double pods.
A firm favourite of V&A customers, Michael Michaud is renowned for his distinctive, original botanical inspired jewellery. This unique jewellery is made by creating moulds directly from botanical elements in a process similar to lost-wax casting.
Hand patinated bronze. Freshwater pearls
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Creating moulds directly from nature, Michael Michaud’s exquisitely detailed pieces are made using a process similar to lost-wax casting, with actual plant matter encased, then heated and burnt away to form his moulds.
Michaud’s natural forms and textures are complimented with soft patinas on bronze, accented with pearls, beads, coral and stones.