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The Aloe bracelet ($156) combines the natural organic aloe leaf with F. Is for Frank's popular "bar" design. The aloe leaf is cast in pewter and plated in 24-carat gold.
The Aloe ring ($90) is created by molding the tip of an aloe plant, casting two pieces out of pewter, soldering them together, adding an adjustable ring band and finally dipping one end into 24-carat gold.
The Gold Maya necklace ($218), made from cast pewter and 24-carat gold plate, is crafted from direct castings of both the kokino and the aloe succulent plant. Multiple elements are soldered together to create the asymmetrical design.
Pewter and gold sedum bangles ($69 and $94) are made from direct castings of the plant.
F. Is For Frank's rings play well together. From left: pewter Jonas ring ($94), sedum gold and aloe bands ($65 and $56), Gold Bar and Pewter Bar bands ($65 and $45) and Aloe ring ($90).
The Pewter Kokino ring ($78).
Succulents. They?re not just for your windowsill anymore.
This fall, try the plant--or rather, a cast of the plant--around your neck or as studs in your ears.
Yes, leave it to eclectic Dallas jewelers F. Is for Frank to turn a greenhouse staple into a fashion accessory by transforming sedum, kokino and aloe plants into wearable pewter jewelry. (It?s all part of the company?s, er, evergreen 2013 collection.)
Consider it the plant you?ll never be accused of neglecting.
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