Rubus parviflorus, commonly called thimbleberry, is a species of Rubus native to northern temperate regions of North America. It bears edible red fruit similar in appearance to a raspberry. Because the fruit does not hold together well, it has not been commercially developed for the retail berry market, but is cultivated for landscapes. The plant has large fuzzy leaves and no thorns. It is my favorite eating berry.
$170.00 as a pendant, also available as a pin. Carved in mammoth ivory.
Matching earrings can also be carved.
Size: 1 ¼”x 1 ¼”