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Gold & Black Fern Cuff Bracelet 25mm

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£49.00 to £49.00

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My unusual plant jewellery is created by collecting, drying and pressing individual leaves. I heat 100% recycled acrylic and the leaves are pressed into the surface. I then use them like a stencil to apply the colours. The leaves are peeled off to reveal the unique, colourful design.

This is a method of dying and embossing plastic jewellery I developed myself. I call it 'Fossilised Plastic' due to the fine detail that's possible to capture on the embossed surface - so they are similar to fossils.

This gold and black fern cuff measures 25mm x 180mm x 5mm and is handmade from 100% recycled and recyclable acrylic, which is free from volatile organic compounds and hydrofluorocarbon and so more environmentally friendly.

I choose quite ordinary plants and weeds to create my floral art jewellery. This floral, botanical statement cuff evokes both a contemporary and a vintage feel, appealing to girlfriends, nieces, friends and colleagues alike. I hope that the wearer will not only enjoy it as jewellery but also review their appreciation of the natural world.

Delivered in the UK within 2-3 days. Please allow 5-7 working days for international delivery.

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