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Lily of the Valley Necklace

€120
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The silver necklace is embellished with a charm reminiscent of the tiny bell-shaped flowers of lily of the valley, the Finnish national flower. This flower never withers but thrives throughout the year! Adjustable length 45/42 cm. Also available in bronze.

Details and sizing

Weight: 0.008 kg
Article number: 236777045
Material: Silver
Weight: 0.008 kg
Article number: 236777045
Material: Silver
Content
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Lily of the Valley

An oath to the beauty of nature. Throughout the ages, the delicate beauty of plants has been interpreted in jewelry, sometimes naturally, sometimes through mere references only. The Lily of the Valley jewelry is inspired by Finland’s national flower. In spring, the bell-shaped white flowers are borne in sprays on the slender stems in green groves. The delicate fragrance stirs anticipation of the approaching summer. Charming beauty and liveliness makes lilies of the valley like jewelry designed by nature. And they are most beautiful in the forest, as the grandmother of goldsmith Tony Granholm, who designed the Lily of the Valley jewelry, used to say.

Design Tony Granholm

Lily of the Valley

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