In Victorian flower language, lily of the valley represents “a return to happiness.” Most often though, it seems to act as a reminder of our mothers and grandmothers, and the richness of returning to our lineage. It can help us feel connected to anyone in our lives who has helped to nurture an embodiment of our full selves.
A single stem of lily of the valley shown in full bloom, with a few small buds suggesting its future growth. This is a handmade item. The leaves, blossoms and buds are all made with handpainted crepe paper, and wired for shape and longevity.
It is displayed on a wood frame painted in a deep shade of blue-green that highlights every botanical detail. The edges of the frame are painted with a lustrous gold wax, and it hangs simply on the wall with a keyhole on the back. Each piece comes signed with a gold wax seal on the reverse, embossed with the Golden Age logo.
dimensions: 6.5” wide x 10” tall
Made to order with a 2-6 week turnaround time. Cost of shipping is included.
This piece is archival, but is recommended to be displayed away from direct sunlight to keep the colours from fading.