Flower Symbolism Though floriography was popularized in Europe, it was inspired by women of the Ottoman Empire who used flowers to convey messages that they could not say aloud. In fact, Greek and Armenian women helped Hammer-Purgstall understand the language of flowers and translate traditional Turkish sayings into French. Flower symbolism became even more elaborate in 1819 when Louise Cortambert wrote Le langage des Fleurs, a dictionary on the language of flowers.The rise of flower symbolism during this time makes sense, as it was the height of the Romantic era where nature was seen as beauty, and people were heavily influenced by their emotions. Floriography allowed for a tangible exchange of these emotions. (https://www.ftd.com/blog/flower-meanings-and-symbolism)
Item Specifications With a sleek-clean style, this cross ring was delicately handcrafted to perfection by our specialist jewelers with more than 35 years of experience. A mod-chic design made with a pure white gold, then topped off with a glossy high polish finish on a sleek and elegant band. Hand studded with with 6 radiant cubic zirconia stones, this piece would make a wonderful attribute to your own unique jewelry collection! Proudly Handcrafted and Manufactured in the USA.
Stones: 7 Cubic Zirconia's Size:2 MM Carat: 0.40 CTS Shape: Round Metal: White Gold Finish: High Polish Face Length: 0.3 IN (9.06 MM) Band Width: 0.04 IN (1.49 MM) Weight: 10K - 1.0 g | 14K - 1.1 g
How to Style This Piece "Beautifully elegant. This piece is my favorite when paired with it's matching pendant necklace. Glows in it's radiance and will leave you feeling gorgeous! " - M.K, FDJ Team Member
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WIDTH: 0.30 in |
DEPTH: in |
WEIGHT: 1.30 Grams