This Edwardian cuff bouquet features the first flowers of Spring: Winter berries, snowdrops and tulips, all tumbled together in luxurious array. The Victorian language of flowers was still popular in the Edwardian age. It allowed messages to pass between sweethearts, even beneath the watchful eye of their chaperone. The flowers gathered in this bracelet send a message that is clear as a bell: Foresight, hope, and a declaration of love!
This Edwardian cuff measures 40 mm wide and is sized to fit a 7 inch wrist. The clasp is designed to ride below the level of the outer cuff so it won’t snag on fine fabrics or lace. It is in good working order but can be difficult to access without a fingernail. This piece is cast from unmarked pot metal and it weighs 32 grams overall. Our jewelry is polished by hand; No corrosive solvents or dips are used.
**Our unique jewelry is always boxed for shipping.**
Please take your time with the photos and consider them part of the description. Let me know if you have any questions and feel free to check out the many botanical treasures available in my shop! Purchases from the WhyteWing website benefit The Trevor Project, but if you are more comfortable making your purchase on a platform like Etsy, this floral bracelet is listed in my shop there as well.