Pansy – decorative pink pin in the shape of a flower
• 100% brass
• Length of the pin approx. 6 cm
• Width of the pin approx. 5 cm
• Fastened with a butterfly clutch
Many plant species have already bloomed in Anna Orska's jewelry collections. Coniferous twigs were the inspiration for the Thuja collection, and ferns for the Nefro collection. Spring PANSIES joined the Plantis jewelery collection. They have been designed to blend in perfectly with the rest of the plant jewelry. Pansy-shaped pins come in two sizes and three vibrant colors: pink, blue, and purple. The collection is complemented by colorful pansies in the form of charming earrings.
The flower pin was made entirely of brass, and then hand-painted in the ORSKA studio. The five detailed pink petals contrast with the deep purple center adorned with a golden screw. The whole design looks like colorful origami. The impressive flower pin brings to mind the first colors of the spring and summer season. The pin is a perfect decoration for dresses, jackets, and handbags.
What do the pink flowers symbolize?
Pink color is a symbol of femininity and youth. It has relaxing properties, helps to calm the nerves and gain a new more optimistic outlook on the world. We give pink flowers when we want to emphasize grace, beauty, and admiration for the other person. Flowers of this color perfectly balance between showing love (expressed in red flowers) and friendship (yellow). Pink pansies will also be a great gift for loved ones and friends as they express care and gratitude.
The symbolism of the Pansies
According to legend, the Polish name of pansies comes from brothers who, against all odds, showed love, loyalty, and support to each other. The jewelry in the form of flowers symbolizing these values will be a great gift not only for siblings, but also for friends, or loved ones. The brass pansies will constantly remind you of your loved ones, no matter how far away you are from them. These flowers were also a symbol adopted by the Freethinkers who believed in freedom of thought without the constraints imposed by society. Moreover, the word "pansy" comes from the French word for thought. Pansies have a rich symbolism - they express devotion, admiration for the other person and their freedom, and how often we think about them.