Part of the Language of Flowers Collections. Traditionally the bluebell flower can symbolize humility, constancy, gratitude and everlasting love. Folklore tales that include bluebells often have to do with fairies. Bluebell woods are believed to be intricately woven with with fairy enchantments.
(Some fun facts about Bluebells via the National Trust: during the Bronze Age, feathers were stuck on arrows using the sticky sap from bluebells. The gummy sap was also used as glue for bookbinding. As the sap is so toxic, it stopped certain insects from attacking the binding. Herbalists used to use bluebells to help prevent nightmares.)
A small spray of bluebell flowers that will never wilt or fade. This posie is handmade with pale periwinkle and green stained glass. A discreet copper loop is affixed for hanging and display.
Handmade by ABJ Glassworks using stained glass, silver-alloy solder and eco-friendly techniques.