Carnation Pink Wire Cuff
Carnations are among the world's most popular flowers and known to be steeped in symbolism. At one time in history carnations were deemed to be the flower of the Greek Gods. In Europe giving a pink carnation to a woman was a sign of good luck. Carnations have even been used to create healing potions, dyes and flavors for food and spirits.
Creating a history of its own this bracelet, by artist Lydia, is made of multiple strands of carnation-pink seed beads on memory wire. To wear it simply separate the bracelet at the opening and slip it on your wrist where it will spring back into shape.
Note: No two bracelets are ever the same.
To learn more about Lydia's inspiring story click here.