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Pink DRA flower cross necklace

Pink DRA flower cross necklace

Regular price $45.00 USD
Regular price Sale price $45.00 USD
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Maintenance instructions

Instructions for cleaning stainless steel jewelry:

Stainless steel jewelry is quite easy to clean. Pour some warm water into a small bowl and add mild dish soap. Dip a soft, lint-free cloth into the soapy water, then gently wipe the jewelry. Wipe any remaining soap from your jewelry using a damp cloth dampened with clean water. Dry the jewelry well with a clean towel, then allow your pieces to air dry.

Instructions for cleaning resin jewelry:

Abrasives: Sometimes a damp microfiber, chamois or silk cloth will polish your piece well or you can use a plastic polish.

Sunlight: Store your jewelry out of direct sunlight. Prolonged exposure to direct sunlight may discolor and soften the resin.

Chemicals: Avoid exposing your jewelry to harsh chemicals and cleaning products.

Delivery

- Delivery time:

Order completion time 1 or 2 days.

3-4 days in France.
1 to 2 weeks in Europe and the United States.
3 weeks in Australia.
2-3 weeks to the rest of the world.

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Treat yourself to this elegant pink DRA flower cross necklace and make your look a work of art! Created with pressed flowers from Queen Anne's lace and resin. Available in pink color and with silver or gold colored fixings, this luxurious piece of jewelry will elevate your style. A beautiful tribute to the immortal culture and artistic spirit of Queen Anne.

Queen Anne's lace,  the consort of King James I, is said to have been named after Queen Anne of England, an expert lacemaker. English legend tells us that Queen Anne challenged the ladies of the court to a competition to see who could produce a lace pattern as beautiful as the flower of this plant. No one could match the queen's work. However, she pricked her finger with a needle and a single drop of blood fell into the lace, which is believed to be the dark purple floret in the center of the flower.

Common Names: ~Bishop's Flower~ ~Faux Queen Anne's Lace~ ~Queen of Africa~ ~Great Bullwort~ ~Wild Carrot ~Bird's Nest~ ~Devil's Plague~ ~Honeycomb Plant~

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