Women's Black Smokin' Washington Necklace

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America's early economy was basically founded on hemp. The fiber was used for clothing, military uniforms, ship's rigging, shoes, parachute webbing, baggage, and much more. George Washington and Thomas Jefferson grew cannabis on their plantations, and the Declaration of Independence was printed on hemp paper. So we've immortalized GW as you have always known him, on an American Quarter, but with an extra smoking accessory. The background of the quarter has been cut carefully away by hand, so allow for tiny differences in spliff shape and size. The year may be different than what's pictured, too. We've added a 26" vintage metal chain. Limited edition of 10. ((about)). America's early economy was basically founded on hemp. The fiber was used for clothing, military uniforms, ship's rigging, shoes, parachute webbing, baggage, and much more. George Washington and Thomas Jefferson grew cannabis on their plantations, and the Declaration of Independence was printed on hemp paper. So we've immortalized GW as you have always known him, on an American Quarter, but with an extra smoking accessory. Details)). Made by hand in our Brooklyn studio. Materials: American quarter, vintage metal chain. The background of the quarter has been cut carefully away by hand, so allow for tiny differences in spliff shape and size. The year may be different than what's pictured, too. Measurements: 26" chain. Inspiration)). Martha Washington was a hip, hip, hip lady, man. Color: black

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