These amazing Handcrafted earrings are created using Black Walnut Wood harvested at the Rokeby Museum in Ferrisburgh Vermont. Each pair is crafted based on the unique style and grain of each piece of wood, so no two pair of earrings will ever be the same.
The image(s) shoown are for example only, as each set is unique.
- These are a Dangle style with stainless steel wires that are 100% nickle free.
- approximately 2 inches long
- Made in Vermont
- Mounted on a fact card with information about the Museum
About the Farms:
Rokeby Museum presents a nationally significant Underground Railroad story tucked inside a quintessential Vermont experience. Focused on Simon and Jesse, two fugitives from slavery who found shelter here in the 1830s, the exhibit traces their stories from slavery to freedom, introduces the abolitionist Robinson family who called Rokeby home, and explores the turbulent decades leading up to the Civil War. The historic house — fully furnished with 200 years of domestic belongings — provides an intimate glimpse into the family’s life through four generations.
Once a thriving Merino sheep farm, Rokeby retains nine historic farm buildings filled with agricultural artifacts. Acres of pastoral landscape dotted with old wells, stone walls, and historic orchards invite a leisurely stroll or a hike up the trail. Picnic tables accommodate lunch outdoors.
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