Go ahead and add the entire collection behind Lost Forest Jewellery to your Christmas list. The jewelry, which transforms preserved elements of nature into wearable art, takes up to three weeks to make and is incredibly long-lasting. To make these beautiful necklaces and other pieces of jewelry, a degassing chamber is used for resin, and the element being incorporated into the jewelry is dried and preserved. Check out the timeless and awe-inspiring photos below!
Number Eleven: Preserved Pink Hydrangea Necklace. You could wear this to a party or a dinner date. It is extremely versatile.
Number Ten: Pendant of a Buttercup. This would be beautiful in the springtime. What’s amazing about this jewelry is that you could even wear it in the winter, and it will still be as vibrant!
Number Nine: Fall Leaves Preserved in a Necklace. Get festive, and wear this as you sip a pumpkin spice latte. Go ahead and put those Uggs away, though.
Number Eight: Guinea Fowl Feathered Bangle. This one is for the hippies out there. That feather is too cute not to show off.
Number Seven: Gorgeous Green Resin Earrings. Calling all redheads! Seriously, that color is phenomenal.
Number Six: Feather in a Bottle. Erring on the whimsical side, this is reminiscent of a message in a bottle. Cue the Sting song.
Number Five: Resin Ring Inspiring Love. Wouldn’t this be a cute engagement ring? Especially for those on a budget.
Number Four: Cornflower Blue Necklace. This would be perfect for a Midsummer Night’s Dream-themed party. Where’s Shakespeare when you need him?
Number Three: Nature-Forward Cufflinks. These are for the guy who wants to be professional but also environmentally conscious. Eco-engineers, anybody?
Number Two: Glittering Gold Globe Necklace. Fancy! This one is for the nature-forward divas.
Number One: The Artist’s Desk of future Jewelry. Look at all of that inspiration! We bet working here is a real treat.