The acorn is the harbinger of new life. Acorns were used extensively as a food source for native North American Indians, and also roasted as a coffee substitute. It is also important for local wildlife populations. The acorn fruit has been recognized in country medicine for relieving chilblains and frostbite.
The acorn is also found in Michael Michaud's interpretation of the classic charm looks of the 1950s. With charms of maple, apple, pinecone, Japanese maple, oak, acorn, gingko and clover, he has combined an enduring fashion statement.
Materials: The charm bracelet is cast in bronze with nine different charms, all cast in bronze and accented with a garnet and chocolate and white freshwater pearls.
Measures: 7.5" L
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