A wish for brighter days Snowdrop's delicacy and freshness give hope and inspiration for coming sunshine. This courageous little flower is the very first to raise her head above the cold ground as winter comes to an end. She is the flower of the great Celtic goddess Brighid and a symbol of the joyous Celtic spring festival of Imbolc.Wear Snowdrop as a daily reminder that brighter days will come. Or just because you love snowdrops as much as we do :-)
ALWAYS FLOWERS PENDANTS COLLECTION Create a personalised posy of flowers using the language of flowers to express the thoughts you want to share. We are charmed by the discovery that ‘posy’ was originally spelled ‘poesy’ meaning ‘a collection of thoughts’...poetry. Alternatively choose a posy that’s personal to you, with a combination of flowers that expresses the things you value and wish for more of in your life. Always flowers necklaces can be any combination of flowers you choose, they are equally pretty as a single flower or a complete posy, you decide. We can deliver a gift nextday just like a florist, the difference is that this posy will last a lifetime instead of a week and your message will last forever too.
Delicate snowdrop with gently polished petals and matt white frosted interior.
Sterling silver Size: 13mm x 9mm Chain length: 18" with adjuster to 16" Gift wrapped
Made by hand by craftsmen and craftswomen at family owned workshops in Thailand. We know the team well and love to find an excuse to visit. Mosami uses 'second life' sterling silver - this means it's been used for other things in the past (maybe jewellery, cutlery or an industrial use) and then re-refined to produce perfect sterling silver. We do this because the environmental and human impact of silver mines is truly terrible. By re-cycling silver we are at least minimising this damage. However this is a temporary fix - what we campaign for is mining that is respectful for the environment and miners.
Give Snowdrop to offer your love and support, and as a wish for brighter days to a friend who is having a difficult time, perhaps with a relationship, stressful work, or ill health.