Celebrating the beauty of the natural world, this luminous necklace highlights the pure elegance of unadorned herbs, shrubs, berries, and leaves. It recalls the verdant gardens at The Met Cloisters, the branch of The Met devoted to the art and architecture of medieval Europe. Sage was a healing plant of great renown throughout the Middle Ages and was also valued as a culinary herb. It grows in a bed devoted to kitchen plants at The Met Cloisters, and is also depicted in the Unicorn Tapestries. The necklace was produced by Four Seasons Design Group, a family-run business based in Long Island, New York. The Met Store has sold the company’s unique jewelry designs, art-inspired reproductions, and home goods since 1969.