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Whether you're a native New Yorker or have recently visited NYC,

you're sure to recognize the distinctive shape of this pendant.


Little Island, nestled along the Hudson River on the west side of Manhattan,

opened to public in May 2021.

This remarkable artificial island is a multitude of pot-shaped structures.

Designed by Thomas Heatherwick, who also designed Hudson Yard's Vessel,

this pendant captures the essence of Little Island's iconic design.


Inspired by the park's tulip-pots and undulating landscape, this jewelry piece serves as a miniature tribute to this urban oasis.


When you wear this pendant, you carry a piece of New York's vibrant spirit with you.

You can almost feel the gentle breeze from the river as you admire the breathtaking views—One World Tower to the south, the picturesque New Jersey skyline across the river, and the dynamic downtown Manhattan on the east side.


Adding to its charm, this pendant conceals a delightful secret—a tiny heart shape nestled within the  tree design.

Crafting this pendant with such attention to detail and precision was a labor of love,

making it a cherished keepsake for anyone who appreciates the beauty and serenity of Little Island.




K18YG plated silver top, gold plated brass chain
17.7 inch long
Top approx. 0.43 x 0.98 inch 

*If you wand different chain length, please write in remarks. No extra fee.


Handmade! Each one has its own singularities.

I cut each one of the shapes out of silver sheet and finish and shape each by hand. 

Delivered set with card, it'll be also a great gift for your precious one!


This will be sent out within 3-5 days.


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Little Island in New York pendant

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    All of my jewelry is created by hand, placed in a plastic resealable bag, as item is wrapped in cotton pad and then shipped in a bubble wrapped envelope for protection with regular USPS mail.

    Satokomatsu doesn't accept returns. If there is damage to the piece upon arrival, please contact us right away and we will coordinate shipping a new ppiece out and return of the damaged item.

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