Queen Anne’s Lace, Bird’s Nest and Frilly White Flower are all different names for Daucus Carota.
However its mesmerising beauty gave rise to yet another name - in the 18th century, English courtiers christened this flower as the “living lace.” If legend is to be believed, it came from a contest that the second Queen Anne II hosted for her ladies-in-waiting. She challenged them to produce a piece of lace as delicate and beautiful as the flower, but nothing could outshine the real thing.
Inspired by this story, this ring is a celebration of nature's unmatched magical beauty - a statement piece that will elevate any and every outfit! The flower is mounted on periwinkle purple background to give a fun look.
Ring size: Adjustable
Ring diameter: 1.5 cm
Magic Infusion: Preserved Queen Anne's Lace
Materials: Resin, Metal alloy, preserved flowers
Avoid exposure to water, as it might cause discolouration to the metal part
The product comes packed in a 3*3-inch cotton cloth pouch and a gift box
P.S: Each piece is personally handcrafted making every piece unique and a tad different from the one represented in the photos as no two leaves or flowers look alike. After all, each friendship is unique too.