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Northern Lights, or Aurora Borealis, are like the celestial dancers of the polar realms.
Ethereal greens shimmer and shine, sweeping across a twinkling, starlit canvas. In Finnish legend, this incandescent marvel is caused by the flaming tail of a 'Fire Fox', whipping crystals of snow into the sky and setting trees alight. Similarly, Queen Anne's Lace, the flowers embedded within this pair remind us of delicate snowflakes. They also signify mysticism and visions due to their lacy appearance.
Therefore, this trinket is for the ones who forever marvel at the mysteries and whimsy of the world, and ponder on what goes on in the beyond.
These earrings can be worn like danglers, the charm placed lower with the chain in the front - the perfect setup for an off-shoulder top or cocktail dress. You can also place them higher with the charm pulled up, chain at the back - pair it with anything traditional like a kurti or saree.
Product Specifications: Measurement: Hanging chain length is 9cm, diamond bezel is 1.5 x 1.5 cm Magic Infusion: Queen Anne's Lace flowers Materials: Resin, pressed flowers, gold rim, golden alloy chain Packaging: Comes in a cotton cloth pouch and a gift box
Product Care: Avoid water and harsh weather exposure as it may cause discolouration of the metal alloy. Keep in the cloth pouch in a dry, airy place when not in use.
P.S: Please note that the flowers/seeds you might receive in your order might not be of the same shape or form like the images as each flower is different and unique. These images are for reference only.
Indian festivals have always been intricately tied with astrology; the skies, a guide to auspicious times. Flowers serve as decoration and offerings of devotion. Gold embodies the festive glow; forever a symbol of prosperity and positivity.
These central elements inspired a festive collection with a tiny constellation in every piece. Every flower is a twinkling star with its own story, encased in gold; traditional colours and shapes meet contemporary minimalism.