This series of twelve brooches revolves around how we decorate and utilize the landscape surrounding our homes. Specifically the objects we value, where they are placed, or how we alter the land itself to fit within our lifestyles. Many of these pieces become the background scenery to our memories, and are sometimes only noticed by us when they are broken or replaced. How we interact with the space, and how we dig, plant, grow, and rearrange our way of life to accommodate the objects ultimately determines the identity of our home. I made this work wearable to call attention to the status we often place upon jewelry as a valid inheritance.