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Bluebell Sterling Silver Drop Earrings
Bluebell Sterling Silver Drop Earrings
Bluebell Sterling Silver Drop Earrings
Bluebell Sterling Silver Drop Earrings
Bluebell Sterling Silver Drop Earrings
£68.00 Regular price

Bluebell Sterling Silver Drop Earrings

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The beautiful Bluebell.... the unmistakable bell-shaped nodding blooms of springtime, carpeting our glens, forests and hedgerows in wondrous blues, pinks and white; the heady scent wafting in the fresh spring air.  In Manx Gaelic the word for Bluebell is 'Clageen Gorrym'.   Each pair of drop dangle earrings are crafted in sterling silver, capturing the beauty of this magical spring bloom.

~ Details ~

~ The dangle earrings are created in sterling silver. The earrings are available in 2. . . Show More >

The beautiful Bluebell.... the unmistakable bell-shaped nodding blooms of springtime, carpeting our glens, forests and hedgerows in wondrous blues, pinks and white; the heady scent wafting in the fresh spring air.  In Manx Gaelic the word for Bluebell is 'Clageen Gorrym'.   Each pair of drop dangle earrings are crafted in sterling silver, capturing the beauty of this magical spring bloom.

~ Details ~

~ The dangle earrings are created in sterling silver. The earrings are available in 2 styles, firstly where the bluebell has just opened (like the English Bluebell) and the second where the Bluebell has opened fully (Both styles are shown in the photographs)  please make your size selection in the drop down box; 

  • The bluebells are approx 17mm x 13mm in size (including bail)
  • The overall drop of the earrings including the ear wire is approx. 29mm. 

~ Earring hooks are also sterling silver.

~ About the Bluebell Collection ~

In April and May, our ancient woodlands and glens are awash with the much-loved, nodding heads of the Bluebell. Believed to call the fairies when rung, the bluebell has many connections to folklore tales, as well as incredible natural qualities. Its sap was once used in bookbinding because it would repel attacks by insects, and in early times it was also used to glue the feathers on the shaft of an arrow. Usually, the bluebell flowers symbolise gratitude and humility. However, they can also symbolise constancy and everlasting love.

 


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