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POV: You searched jewellery for green-fingered friends. Meet our Greenhouse Necklace. We’ve recreated a tropical hothouse in recycled clear acrylic, etched and hand-inked by our expert makers. Peek through the windows and spot thriving greenery from palm trees to monsteras. Swinging from an adjustable silver-plated chain, layer this gardener’s dream over colour-pop brights for a Kew Gardens-ready look!
♲ 100% of this piece is made from recycled acrylic
Collection: Vitamin Sea
Keep water, perfume and other sprays and lotions away from your jewellery, as moisture can discolour metal parts. Always store and transport your jewellery in its box. For more information visit our dedicated Jewellery Care & Repair page.
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I'm made with Recycled Acrylic
Spot the difference: on average, every month 35% of the jewellery winging its way to you is made with Recycled Acrylic but you might not even notice it. Our long-lasting Recycled Acrylic looks and feels brand new, but is made from 100% recycled raw materials. The result? Less waste and a lower carbon footprint.
Sustainability within our business practices, products and operations is very important to us.
What’s at the heart of Tatty Devine? Our loyal fans, of course!
Our bustling Monmouth Street store in London is the place to be.
Greenhouse Necklace reviews
- Stacey W.Verified BuyerI recommend this productRated 5 out of 5 stars12 seconds agoBeautiful botanicals
Lovely understated summer necklace.Was this helpful?
- Richard D.Verified BuyerI recommend this productRated 5 out of 5 stars4 weeks agogreenhouse necklace gift
My Wife, Janet, and I were in Covent Garden area celebrating our wedding anniversary. We went into the Tatty Devine shop and we were both impressed with the items on display there. When we got home, I went to the Tatty Devine website and seeing the Greenhouse necklace, I new it was the correct item to purchase for Janet. She has worn it ever since and countless friends have mentioned it and asked for details of where it came from.Was this helpful?