Tulsi Rock Candy
∘ OCIMUM TENUIFLORUM∘
A flowering plant of the mint family also known as "Holy Basil", the aromatic perennial plant originated in north central India and parts of northern and eastern Africa, Hainan island and Taiwan. In the "Charaka Samhita", Sanskrit text about Ayurveda written about 1000 BC described Holy Basil as "the incomparable one" and is considered to be a symbol of fidelity. Easily propagated by seed or cutting, this plant is grown annually in most of the United States, but it will grow as perennial in warmer climates.
Ethically foraged marigolds from our 2022 foragers’ neighbor who grew and harvested this plant, have been dried by our forager and preserved by us to be transformed into floral moments in time that seem so fleeting in the spring, dangling on your ears. The Tulsi Rock Candy feature Tulsi sticks captured dipped in biodegradable and compostable material. They hang delicately off either sterling silver or 14k gold-filled ear wires.
- Tulsi Length - Approx. 1.5”
- Overall Drop Length - Approx. 2”
Please note that every order placed for this style is different given the nature of our biomaterial sourcing & process.
Orders are processed within 1-4 business days, Monday through Friday excluding holidays.
Orders received on weekends and holidays will be processed the next business day.
Orders are made in Brooklyn, NY United States.
It takes approximately 2-3 weeks (or sooner) to complete & ship your made-to-order jewelry based on the nature of the designer’s practice – from the order intake to the finalization of your piece.
Returns & RefundsRefund Policy
Due to the nature of the designer's practice being made-to-order, there are NO refunds or returns after items have been shipped.
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