Buttercup on Teal Ring
|Dispatched in 10 business days
|Copper, bioresin, sundried flowers/leaves
|CARE FOR YOUR FLOWERS
|Spot-Cleaning only. Store in pouch provided. Keep away from fragrance, water and direct sunlight.
|No Returns | Only Exchange | Please read return policy
|MEASUREMENT IN Cms
- This is a handcrafted product and may have slight irregularities or imperfections such as bubbles, bumps, dents or dots. These irregularities are the result of the human involvement in the process and add to the finished products charm while ensuring you have a one-of-a-kind piece.
- The brass, copper metal is lead and cadmium free, which means no allergies, or green marks.
- The flowers are naturally dried and preserved to last for eternity.
- Colours of the flowers and leaves will not fade. They have been dried completely, so they will not wilt.
- The Botanicals used in our pieces are sourced ethically. We only use fallen flowers and leaves.
- All the pieces listed are 100% Handmade. We do not buy or re-sell. We believe in the Make in India
- The image is only representative of the actual piece you will receive as two flowers are NEVER the same shape, size or colour. But do not worry. There will only be mild differences.
- SALE : This product is on sale because it is part of an older collection. The piece may have tiny scratches on the surface but does not deter the beauty of the botanical held within.
- Please buy ONLY if you are okay with the above as exchanges and returns on SALE items will not be entertained.
Buttercup flower symbolizes neatness because of its fine lines and neatly organized flower petals. They also symbolize childishness and immaturity. This is related to their bright colors and size. This flower also symbolizes humility because of its appearance. Buttercup might not be as extravagant as some other flowers, they still attract attention with their simplicity and beauty.
The story of why the Buttercup came to be is a very sweet tale. According to the first story, Buttercup got its name in the honor of Ranunculus, a young man with a beautiful voice. Ranunculus sang one day to the wooden nymphs in order to impress them, but he exhausted himself to death and fell to the ground. In honor of his beautiful voice, a small flower that grew on the place where he died, got the name after him.