Midnight Blue

Natural Flower Lariat Necklace

$39.99
(5 reviews) Write a Review
SKU: 164658
Showcased on a navy blue suede cord, an orchid centers this very long necklace. Danai's design immortalizes a natural flower, its color tinted to midnight blue. Globes of sodalite finish the cords, and the length can be adjusted by sliding the pendant on the cord.

Because natural blossoms are used, size and shape will vary slightly.
  • Dendrobium orchid, sodalite and leather
  • 0 oz
  • Cord: 34.5 inches Inner Circ. x 0.1 inches W
  • Pendant: 2.2 inches L x 2.8 inches W x 1 inches D
  • Made in Thailand

Meet the Artist

Danai

5 Reviews

  • 4
    Colors are vibrant

    Posted by Janet on Oct 6th 2019

    Pretty necklace although I was expecting something more substantial. So it is very lightweight and charming. I got it at a discount and am pleased.

  • 5
    Take care but not overly fragile

    Posted by Kathleen on Dec 26th 2018

    I love this color and matched it up with blue earrings. I can't wait for spring to wear them both together to celebrate the new season and signs of nature coming to life again.

  • 5
    Amazing Capture of a Real Orchid

    Posted by Alice on Sep 26th 2018

    This is absolutely beautiful! It even surpassed my expectations. Obviously, the artist took great care to select a perfect orchid and preserve it for many years to come. I also bought the earrings.

  • 5
    I've looked at it for a long time

    Posted by Brigitte on Sep 24th 2017

    I even lost the chance to buy it because I waited too long. When it was available again, I didn't waste a minute to order it. Doesn't it look gorgeous ?

  • 5
    Gorgeous

    Posted by Barbara on Jul 26th 2016

    This necklace is like nothing I have ever had before, just knowing the flower is actually a real flower makes this even more special. The colors are vibrant, and just gorgeous, I will cherish this . I got the midnight blue this time but I will eventually like to get other colors. Also the box it came in is so perfect to keep in in to protect it. If you are thinking about this ,don't it's like nothing I have ever seen before . It's a way to keep a beautiful flower ( orchid) alive for ever. Just beautiful.