Real Jack Pine Cone Leather Bracelet Wrap or Choker Necklace

Real Jack Pine Cone Leather Bracelet Wrap or Choker Necklace


Real jackpine cones are hand cross-cut to reveal the grain patterns within, sanded, and sealed with a jeweler's grade bio-epoxy before being designed into jewelry. No two are the same, as they're nature originated. Expect variations in colors, sizes, shapes, and coloring. All will have intricate patterning, and sacred geometry across the front and back. Jack-pine is believed to welcome prosperity, and symbolizes great strength, as it only opens its seed after extreme draught or fire. Sustainably harvested in Northern Minnesota.

These are great versatile wear pieces. They can be tied on as a choker necklace, or worn as a wrap bracelet. I've seen a few folks tie them on an ankle, use them as a hat band, or other accessory. All leather straps have the jackpinecone centered, and sewn on with glued knots. Leather strapping is a nice soft, thick quality measuring approximately 24" long by 1/4" wide.


BLACK PLAIN - Simple black leather with pinecone.
BLACK BEADED - Black leather with pinecone centered between two stones.
BROWN PLAIN - Simple brown leather with pinecone.
BROWN BEADED - Brown leather with pinecone centered between two stones.

Requests for bead types and/or colors welcome.
Requests for larger, smaller, lighter, darker, etc pinecones will be honored as closely as possible.

*Please note, these will not be as large as the western sourced pinecone jewelry (different tree species) that is offered elsewhere.

Returns & Exchanges

I gladly accept returns, exchanges, and cancellations

Just contact me within: 14 days of delivery

Ship items back to me within: 30 days of delivery

What about metal allergies/sensitivities?

All body chemistry is different. Isms strives to procure only the finest grade of metals, and all is lead-free. Surgical steel, sterling silver, sterling plated brass, brass, bronze, copper, and 14/20 yellow and rose gold are kept in stock. Solid golds, titanium, niobium, and other metals can be used on request, though it will take a tad longer. We can also custom-make jewelry that is metal-free for those with more severe allergies. Leather, silk, cotton, wool, hemp, sinew, and stone make nice alternatives.

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-Learn about chemicals that are harmful to insects and pollinators.
-Plant indigenous host plants, and re-wild wherever possible.
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