Cling To Hope Mustard Seed Necklace
The analogy of the tiny yellow seed and hope is prevalent in the Bible, with a message that just as the smallest acorn can grow into a mighty oak, so can a bit of faith move mountains.
Each piece is unique and may vary from web image.
- 1 1/2" pendant, 30" chain.
- Real, free-floating mustard seed.
- Metal alloy.
May 3, 2017
This necklace was purchased as a birthday gift for a very dear friend going through a hard time. In person, this necklace is more beautiful than the picture shows and I was not disappointed at all. This appears to be very high quality and it is appreciated that the necklace chain is not one of those super tiny clasps that is barely visible. This clasp and chain is a nice size for the pendant. This would make a wonderful Mother's Day gift, as well, for those that have difficulty finding a gift for the Mother that has everything already. This Cling To Hope Mustard Seed Necklace is worth every penny.
December 19, 2016
This necklace is a little treasure. The pendant itself is pretty on its own, but when you realize there is a tiny, mobile, real mustard seed inside, it becomes fascinating. And inspiring.
from Pgh, Pa
August 8, 2016
The quality of the necklace was much better than I expected, a pleasant surprise, and very VERY attractive.
March 21, 2016
This necklace is beautiful in its own right, and I have gotten compliments on it. However, it does have issues. It is much darker than what appears in the photo....almost black. The mustard seed, unfortunately, is not visible because it is stuck at the bottom of the necklace and cannot be seen. It is not free floating, which is a huge disappointment. People are always asking me what the necklace is supposed to be. I am a cancer survivor, and really wanted something to express the faith I felt during treatment. I should have sent it back, but I will just wear it as is. Take all of this into consideration before you purchase.
January 4, 2016
The necklace I received is not as pictured in the catalog. Again this is a recurring issue. The seed is all the way at the top right at the edge of the sphere, therefore, invisible. Disappointed again.