Queen Anne’s Lace Earrings #2
DESCRIPTION: Queen Anne’s Lace flowers picked, pressed and embedded inside resin crystals. In New Zealand, it is found on roadsides and waste places. Named after Queen Anne, wife of King James I. Legend has it she was challenged by to create a beautiful lace. While making the lace, she pricked her finger. The purple-red flower in the centre of the flower is a symbol of her blood. This ethereal wildflower also represents sanctuary and protection.Foraged from one roadsides of the Bay of Islands in the Far North of New Zealand.
SHELL SIZE: Approx 20mm. There will be slight size, shape and colour variations due to its natural elements.
EARRING POSTS: 10mm hypoallergenic stainless steel surgical posts with clutches.
PACKAGING: Gold-Foiled Nostalgem logo on Charcoal Black Cardboard Box with inner black pad 100 x 100 x 40mm. Provenance story card included.