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Forget-me-not Charm - For Memories - Flower & Fable
Forget-me-not Charm - For Memories - Flower & Fable
Forget-me-not Charm - For Memories - Flower & Fable
Forget-me-not Charm - For Memories - Flower & Fable
Forget-me-not Charm - For Memories - Flower & Fable
Forget-me-not Charm - For Memories - Flower & Fable
Forget-me-not Charm - For Memories - Flower & Fable
Forget-me-not Charm - For Memories - Flower & Fable
Forget-me-not Charm - For Memories - Flower & Fable
Forget-me-not Charm - For Memories - Flower & Fable
Forget-me-not Charm - For Memories - Flower & Fable
Forget-me-not Charm - For Memories - Flower & Fable
Forget-me-not Charm - For Memories - Flower & Fable

Forget-me-not Charm - For Memories

£14.00

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Forget-me-not floriography - for memories

This sterling silver charm is cast from a real flower and measures 15 x 9mm. Each piece also includes a recycled card detailing its botanical folklore and floriography.

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We believe that jewellery should be a gift, whether for yourself or for someone else, so it should be beautifully packaged. Every order comes gift wrapped with our signature posy, which changes with the seasons (UK only). We use recycled silk ribbon and include a gift card for your message, which we can print for you or leave blank for you to hand write.

Floriography, also known as the language of flowers, is the practice of attributing meanings and symbolism to flowers and has been recorded in traditional cultures around the world for thousands of years.

Folklore says the Forget-me-not’s name was given after a knight and his lady were strolling along a river bank when she spotted a beautiful unknown flower. The chivalrous knight bent down to collect a bunch, but the weight of his armour unbalanced him and he plunged into the river. As he was dragged beneath the surface he cried out “forget me not!” Henry IV adopted it has his emblem in 1398, and it is one of the symbols of freemasons, in order that they can identify one another secretly. Historically, Forget-me-nots were worn by lovers to remember to each while they were apart.