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The Darwin's Barberry flower has lovely bright petals and takes it's name from Charles Darwin, who discovered it in South America in 1835.
The orange flowers have been sustainably picked in Scotland, and then carefully pressed. The natural drying process has retained the plant's vivid colour and holly-shaped leaves. It is then preserved in transparent resin.
The translucent pendant measures 3cm around.
The necklace is silver plated and secured with a lobster claw clasp.
The default necklace length is 18 inches (46cm) but if you'd like a different length, please send me a note with purchase and I will adjust this for you.
Jeweller's grade resin has been used for the highest quality, which is UV resistant and will remain pristine over time. It has been cast and finished by hand to create a unique piece of botanic jewellery.
All jewellery is carefully packaged and sent in a free organza gift bag, ready to give.
This one of a kind necklace was inspired by the natural world and my travels throughout the wilderness of Scotland
Shipping & delivery
This item will be posted to you by Funky Gubbins within 1 day of receiving payment.
|Shipping destination||Cost||Additional items|
|USA and Canada||£4.70||£0.10|
|Rest of the World||£5.70||£0.10|