Turmeric & Navy Passion Flower & Sage Recycled Perspex Cuff 45mm

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Price includes UK p&p.
International shipping is available. See Delivery below.

This beautiful handmade cuff by Sue Gregor is made with real passion flower and sage leaves and is created by collecting, drying and pressing the individual leaves. The 100% recycled acrylic is heated and the leaves are pressed into its surface, used like stencils to apply the colours. The leaves are peeled off to reveal the unique, colourful design. This is a method of dyeing and embossing plastic, developed by Sue, called 'Fossilised Plastic' due to the fine detail that's captured on the embossed surface.

The delicate process of creating each piece means that even the veins of the leaf will show, embossed into the acrylic. This means that as well as every piece being handcrafted each cuff is also unique. It is also free from volatile organic compounds and hydrofluorocarbon, making it more environmentally friendly.

Available in three sizes:

Small - 45mm wide x 175mm (Circ.) x 5mm (D). 25mm gap;

Medium - 45mm wide x 180mm (Circ.) x 5mm (D). 28mm gap;

Large - 45mm wide x 195mm (Circ.) x 5mm (D). 35mm gap.


  • UK p&p is included, no additional charges at checkout.
  • Estimated UK delivery 2-3 working days. 
  • International shipping is available for this item.
  • An international shipping charge of £18 will be added at checkout.
  • Estimated international delivery 5-7 working days.

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