A blossoming Australian native flower necklace featuring Acacia's in sterling silver and natural golden garnets, each individually handwrapped to create a piece of understated beauty.
- Necklace length 72cm
- Continuous length no clasp
- Weight 16.5 grams
- Hand made to order within 5 working days
- Express shipping for your convenience
A symbol of regeneration, Acacia are Australia's largest genus of flowering plants, a family of almost 1000 species, and one of the most beautiful with their instantly recognisable fluffy golden blooms.
Australia's droughts, winds and bushfires are no match for Acacia. They flourish in this landscape stabilising and enriching soils and providing seeds and pollen for native birds and bees. In the wake of a natural disaster these resillient beauties are the first to regenerate.
This series features Acacia Pycnantha or "Golden Wattle" blooms, hand picked from the banks of the Cooks River in NSW. Golden Wattle is the official floral emblem of Australia.