We have the key to this place, want in?
This hauntingly well designed replica unlocks the door to this stone 1700’s farmhouse in New Jersey where books in the Nancy Drew series were written.
Need some wisdom?
Meet your new mascot: the silvery-green sage leaf, an herb that’s closely tied to wisdom. Described best by Plato, a sage is the person who lives “according to an ideal which transcends the everyday.”
The string bean bridesmaid.
Oh-so-very French, these are modeled after the slim haricot vert. There is no bean equal, with her sexy lines and curves. Life is a little less serious with these dangling from your ears.
When in good form, you are like a beam of sun. People flock to you for a giant dose of optimism. These are your earrings, modeled after the esteemed Helianthus.
An enemy of the average.
Behold the magical lotus, which reveals itself in the summer, and then only briefly, from morning till mid afternoon. At night, it dips beneath the murky pond once again.
The acorn in gunmetal.
Leave it to nature to come up with a shape that is almost haute couture, and for Janet to sketch and cast the humble acorn into a capped jewel.
Oui to the silver bluebells.
The five bluebells on a single looped chain is a sturdy study of flowers. Plus, it makes a pretty little faint jingle when the wearer walks into a room.