Speedwell floriography - for travel
Floriography, also known as the language of flowers, is the practice of attributing meanings and symbolism to flowers, and has been recorded in traditional cultures around the world for thousands of years.
Speedwell, perhaps due to it’s name, has historically been considered a good luck charm for travellers, in Ireland it was sewn into clothes before a journey to protect against accidents. It’s scientific name Veronica chamaedrys alludes to the legendary Saint Veronica, who is said to have wiped the face of Jesus as he went to Calvary. The flowers supposedly resemble the markings left on the cloth with which she wiped Jesus’ face. In Germany, Speedwell is also known by the comical name 'Männertreu', or 'men's faithfulness' because it wilts so quickly after picking.
- Sterling silver necklace with spring ring closure and brand tag
- 16" chain plus a 4" extender for adjustments and layering
- Cast from a real plant
- 15x9mm sterling silver charm with split ring attachment
- Floriography story card
- Packaged in a gift box
- Free domestic shipping
This listing is for a necklace but we also offer a speedwell charm individually, as a bracelet, bangle and earrings, please follow the link below or contact us.
Flowers, folklore and floriography.
Shipping & delivery
This item will be posted to you by Flower & Fable within 3 days of receiving payment.
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Italy, Greece, Cyprus, Germany, France, Spain, Finland, Belgium, Portugal, Poland, Ireland, Sweden, Denmark, Netherlands, Austria, Latvia, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Estonia, Hungary, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Isle of Man
|USA and Canada||£3.15||£0.00|
|Rest of the World||£3.15||£0.00|
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