Baseball Seam Pendant Necklace - Made with ACTUAL Used Baseballs!

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This necklace contains actual pieces of used baseballs.  We purchase baseballs from little leagues, high schools and colleges all across the United States and give them new life in unique and meaningful products.

The baseball pendant is 20mm in diameter and comes with a 3mm rolo chain necklace that is long and adjustable in length. It comes in three different colors. Please choose between Antique Copper, Gunmetal, and Vintage Brass in the drop-down.

Pendant metal is made of zinc alloy and is lead and nickel free.  Please note that this is fashion jewelry and should be worn above clothing.  Do not wear the necklace in the shower or while swimming.  It is also common for the edge seam to become frayed over time with use.

This product was proudly handcrafted in South Dakota.

For bulk pricing related to wholesale or fundraising requests, or any other general artwork inquiries, please email Nathan directly at for more info.

In the Fall of 2001 shortly after the tragic events of 9/11, Nathan Rueckert created a way to express his love for baseball and America in a single image: an American Flag formed from the very seams of "America's Game."  Rueckert tore off the leather from three used baseballs and cut a swatch of navy blue mesh from an old baseball jersey in his closet and hand-crafted the very first "America's Game".  Shortly thereafter, Rueckert obtained necessary copyrights, started a website, and hunted for more baseballs.  Since 2001, Rueckert has cut-up tens of thousands of baseballs obtained from little leagues, high schools, colleges and athletic associations across the country.  His work has been proudly featured in prominent retail outlets such as the Baseball Hall of Fame, 5 different Major League Baseball stadiums, and SkyMall Catalog.

Nathan Rueckert and The Baseball Seams Co., LLC is NOT sponsored, licensed, endorsed, or affiliated in any way by any baseball manufacturers, professional baseball leagues or competitive associations.