Jeweled Nest Necklaces

For the mama bird, this nest is filled with birthstone "eggs" symbolizing each child.
created by

Britta Ambauen

$120.00 - 160.00

Britta Ambauen created by

Britta Ambauen

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Nesting Instincts

Whether her chicks are still nestled at home or have spread their wings, this pendant lets a mama bird wear a tender tribute to her familial flock. Britta Ambauen carves soft wax into a sculptural nest that is cast in polished sterling silver and stamped with a tiny heart on the bottom. To give each nest a personal touch, she fills it with a gathering of up to five birthstone "eggs" representing her children or grandchildren. Handmade in Seattle, Washington.


Made in Washington

Exclusively for UncommonGoods

Britta Ambauen

created by

Britta Ambauen



“I feel like the years of energy I put out is flowing back. Its a powerful time in my company's history. I am so excited for all that lies ahead.”

Britta Ambauen believes our thoughts have the power to shape our actions, outlook, and interactions. She likes to infuse the ideas she contemplates most into her jewelry, and hopes her pieces will help remind others of their own thoughts and wishes. Utilizing a wide variety of materials and techniques, including wire wrapping, bezel setting, and etching, her eclectic accessories balance simplicity and intricacy, sophistication and youthfulness.

Much of Britta's work is inspired by the strong female figures in her life. Learn more in our interview with Britta on the blog.

Handmade Recycled Exclusive Made in the USA
Made from
sterling silver, amethyst, peridot, citrine, turquoise, garnet, rose quartz, aquamarine, moonstone, ruby, emerald, clear quartz, Lapis Lazuli
Pendant: 1" diam.; Gemstones: 0.16" Dia; Chain: 20" L
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This is a made-to-order item. If you order today your item will ship no later than 7/2/2018.

At this time, this item cannot be shipped to P.O. Boxes or to APO/FPO or US Territories. Contact with any questions.

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