In a world of apples, show everyone that you’re a pear with this pendant—one of our top selling for its simple beauty. Pears sometimes work hard to get noticed in an apple-eaters’ world. But once they are? Vavoom. All radiance.
The model for this pendant fell off our single backyard pear tree. The chain is specifically designed to complete the look, harmonizing with the size of each pendant.
Match with a flowy T or fitted, dressy frock and booties. Pick your pear and chain length combo based on neckline. The statement your pendant makes works for both a weekend picnic or a work day.
“Plant pears for your heirs,” an old proverb, has been in print since at least 1842.
Janet’s garden has been home to two types of pears, the keiffer and anjou varieties.
One pear has about half the amount of potassium of a typical banana, but twice the fiber.
The first written mention of a pear can be found in Homer’s famous poem The Odyssey, where pears were praised as gifts from the gods.
Pears have been harvested since at least 5,000 B.C.