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The Heartwood Essential Oil Roller

The Heartwood Essential Oil Roller


A perfect memento of the forest. This essential oil roller is hand fabricated in a combination of sterling and fine silver, as a tribute to the redwoods, and their resilient strength, their ability to keep their heart wood protected at the core, to survive fire and send off new growth. The main area of the cap made in fine silver with the texture of redwood bark, the rest fabricated in sterling silver, the words HEART WOOD surrounding a beautiful rich green piece of Big Sur Jade I recently acquired on the California coast this winter.  Inside the cobalt glass vial, I’ve blended and essential oil with notes of eucalyptus, wintergreen, and lavender, in a fractionated coconut oil base. It’s both a grounding, and uplifting scent. The roller can be swapped out of refilled and you can continue to use this roller for a lifetime. It comes with a solid jump ring on its hook, so you can attach it to a chain and wear as a necklace,  attach it like a keychain in your purse, or simply leave it on your altar/dresser. However best fits your needs, to travel with you best.


The cap measures 7/8” in diameter, 1" tall, and 1 7/8" tall from top of the hook. From top of the hook to the bottom of the vial is 4 1/4" long.

The cap weighs .71 oz.


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  • FJC Care

    As each of these pieces are new designs, they are all still in a way prototypes. After years of moving metal I trust in their strength and longeviety.  But I also know with handmade sometimes small surprises come up, I stand behind my work completely, so if ever there is any issue with one of these pieces due to my handiwork I will absolutely repair it for you asap. If the issue of said piece seems to come from user ware, I will also happily repair the piece for you, for a reasonable labor/material fee. I want you to wear these pieces for life. Support handmade, and these hands will support you <3 


    That being said,  please see the care instructions card that will come with your piece for how to properly give your SSH goods the longest life possible!

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