The Healing Pear

A creative shop specializing in carefully designed and curated gemstone adornments.

The Healing Pear began as a creative and metaphysical pursuit by shop owner, creator and curator, Trish Odorico, in 2015, and has been flowing within those realms ever since. We specialize in high quality and carefully designed and curated gemstone adornments to decorate the physical and feed the spiritual. We hope that here you will find a unique piece that carries an energy perfect for you, that inspires you, and that acts as armour for the powerful and unique vessel that carries you.

“When designing, I call on inspiration from the amazing wildlife and habitats around the world, and especially from the many places I’ve been fortunate to call home; from beautiful British Columbia to the dramatic west coast of the Scottish Highlands on the Isle of Skye. I’ve always had an intense interest in the natural world and the great unknown. I’m constantly amazed by this human experience and I want to share little pieces of that with all of you.”
-Trish

Pacific Wild
5% of all proceeds from The Healing Pear are donated to Pacific Wild. We have utmost respect for this brilliant organization that is working tirelessly to protect the Great Bear Rainforest and the beautiful creatures within. Our love of PW’s mission began in Whistler where we attended a talk by founder, Ian Mcallister. We are so inspired by PW and their commitment to defending wildlife and their habitat on Canada’s Pacific coast.

5% of all proceeds from The Healing Pear are donated to Pacific Wild, a brilliant organization working tirelessly to protect the Great Bear Rainforest and the beautiful creatures within. They are committed to defending wildlife and their habitat on Canada’s Pacific coast by developing and implementing conservation solutions in collaboration with First Nations communities, scientists, and other organizations and individuals.

With every purchase, you’ll be supporting those inhabiting the Great Bear Rainforest and beyond.

Wild Auction 2023: May 15-19, 2023

Join us the week of Endangered Species Day (19th) for an auction of art, wearables, activities, food, and other gifts for the conservation-minded – and support wildlife and habitat conservation in B.C.