Material: Sterling silver
Collected from: Angus, Scotland
Packaging: luxury branded packaging with botanical information card and luxury gift bag
A true woodland fancy, wild violets (Viola sororia) stir to life in early April here in Scotland and in a short time fill the same ancient woodland where our native wild cats step. At the start of April I gathered my collecting boxes and set off into the woods at the bottom of my garden to see what I could find to preserve into botanical marvels. I picked just a few and left the rest to grow wild in abundance and set about pressing the delicate little wildflowers. Shortly after I then preserved little discs of the petals and set them into sterling silver bezels to be treasured by any wondering heart.
Tiny Scottish wild violet petal necklace
We are delighted that you are about to own a real flower treasure! Resin jewellery requires you to be a little more careful than the average, metal jewellery - here are our tips to ensure your new jewellery stays in tip top condition.
To care for your new jewellery, each piece must be kept dry and must never be worn in the shower, bath or swimming pool/ sauna as this can compromise the clarity of the resin.
Always store your jewellery in the tarnish proof presentation box provided and avoid leaving your jewellery at a windowsill in direct sunlight for extended periods of time.
If required upon extended wear, please clean with a microfibre cloth. Keep out of reach of children.
Never let your jewellery come into contact with steam, chemicals or sanitising gel.