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Calla Lily Ring Size 6.5 | Language of Flowers

Calla Lily Ring Size 6.5 | Language of Flowers

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$178.00Price

Calla Lilies are steeped in tradition and for centuries have been symbolic of purity, innocence, royalty, holiness, or elegance, depending on their color. They are also considered a symbol of resurrection or rebirth, making them a common flower to bring a loved one after they have passed. 

The Language of Flowers collection was inspired by the significance that flowers have been given by man, and by the rich floral oil paintings of Victorian Era artists and Tussie Mussies.
 

⎰RING DETAILS⎱
•Size 6.5
•Sterling Silver .925
•Open Shank
•Calla Lily Measures Approximately 1" Long and .5" Wide

 

PHALLUS & SEED

For centuries, the phallus and seed have been symbolic of many things in every part of the world – power, fertility, rebirth, and so on. This necklace showcases a delicate sterling silver penis with the seed being a tiny freshwater pearl, all suspended by a dainty sterling silver chain. 

 

PENDANT + CHAIN DETAILS

1" Long including pearl 

14" Long rope chain

Lobster Clasp

2" Extension chain

 

Each piece is handmade especially for you in Los Angeles, CA.

  • MATERIALS + CARE

    Care Notes - Sterling silver naturally tarnishes and is a soft metal that will scratch with wear. To remove tarnish we suggest using a soft silver polishing cloth. 

     

    Materials - Sterling Silver .925

  • HOW THIS PIECE WAS CREATED


    This is a one-of-a-kind, completely unique hand-made piece.
    Each petal and leaf on every flower of The Language of Flowers collection has been modeled by hand in wax. The wax sculpture is turned into sterling silver or bronze through a process called lost wax casting. The flower is then cleaned, patina is added, then it is polished. Some soldering is required to add bails and other hand-forged findings.

    Monica is personally invested in the process of creating each and every piece, literally leaving her mark in every single detail of every flower. The material that she uses to create these flowers records her hand prints, which can be seen in the fine surface texture of every petal and leaf. 

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