Heather flowers commonly mean good luck, admiration, and protection.
Queen Victoria popularised the meaning of heather as good luck in England because of her appreciation for Scottish lore and traditions. In Scotland, it is common to include a sprig of white heather in a bride’s bouquet for good luck.
A single bud of dried heather from Culloden moors, Scotland is preserved in a stainless steel circle, fastened to an 18 inch stainless steel chain. This necklace is the smallest I have ever made, perfect for a history lover who enjoys dainty jewellery.
I make each piece of jewellery myself, from hand picking the flowers, to the rigorous drying process, to immortalising them in resin. As they are handmade there will be difference between each each flower and piece, also the nature of flowers I am unable to replicate a previous item exactly. There may also be a couple of air bubbles in some pieces, this is due to some flowers releasing air during the curing process.
I post all orders first class with Royal Mail, in cardboard boxes, filled with biodegradable padding, wrapped in tissue paper. Everything is recyclable and kind on the environment.