Queen Anne's Lace Sterling Silver Post EarringsDesigner: Adela Cremene
These one-of-a-kind earrings were curated in Brasov, Romania by a Romanian artist named Adela Cremene. She takes natural flora that is native to Romania and found near her hometown of Brasov, dries it, sets it in resin and then mounts it on sterling silver to create a special piece of wearable art.
- .925 sterling silver post earrings
- .25" wide with a beautiful black background to highlight the details of the flowers.
More Details about the Piece from the Artist, Adela:
"The tiny flowers are pressed and preserved in a perfectly transparent resin, as a modern amber.
The earrings are made of 925 sterling silver, with the resin poured in a setting. We chose a black background to highlight and complete the delicate color and details of the flower.
The flowers of 'Daucus carota', commonly known as 'Queen Anne's lace' (or "wild carrot"), adorn the hills and mountains around Brasov, all summer long.
It is so called because the flower resembles lace; the red flower in the center is thought to represent a blood droplet where Queen Anne pricked herself with a needle when she was making the lace.
The plant is kept inside a strong clear resin that will last for many years, for your children and your nieces to admire it.
If you will own this jewellery you become part of a worldwide movement of preserving nature and rising awareness to the danger pose of pollution. If we can make more and more people realise that plants are crucial for a healthy ecosystem, we are one step closer to a better world."
We love this sentiment and couldn't agree more! Enjoy!
* The additional pics show 1) a field of Queen Anne's Lace in the hills of Brasov 2) some of her artist tools for creating these special one-of-a-kind pieces and 3) an image I captured of the charming town square of Brasov, Romania (you must go!).