All items are handmade and are one of a kind from foraged wild and domesticated plants. I collect whatever is in season on my daily walks, usually in the Philadelphia area. The composition of my pieces range from traditional (using whole, pressed flowers and leaves) to more abstract. Each piece involves laying jewelry-grade resin in several layers, over several sittings. This is a handmade piece, and imperfections are expected and not unwelcome.
40mm bronze oval, black backed, 8mm thick. Solidago for the win. For decades, this native perennial was confused for ragweed, and thus despised. It was also despised because it grew where it wanted to grow, without permission of people who want to control everything. But it persists, and is one of my favorite plants. I use the dried leaves as tea, and the flowers in an oxymel that tastes like sunshine and makes me happy.
For many, these bright blooms symbolize encouragement and growth. They may be given to show support after a loss or in a difficult time. It is often thought that these flowers can help reduce depression.
Another popular meaning is that this flower can bring good luck. It can be used in bouquets wishing good luck or fortune to others. It can be combined with other flowers that stand for good luck.
Finished with 26 inch long fancy antique bronze chain and lobster clasp.
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