Pansy – small pink pin in the shape of a flower
• 100% brass
• Length of the pin approx. 3 cm
• Width of the pin approx. 3 cm
• Fastened with a butterfly clutch
The diverse world of plants continues to provide us with constant inspiration. So far, the ORSKA plant jewelry collections includes: coniferous twigs, which can be found in the Thuja collection, ferns from the Nerfo collection, and colorful flowers from the Plantis collection. In the latter, brass sculptural forms were inspired, among others, by orchids, sundews and monstera leaves. Now PANSIES have joined this noble group. They have been designed to blend in perfectly with the other jewelry inspired by nature. Pink, light blue, and dark purple pins have bloomed in two sizes: a larger one for people who like to attract attention and a smaller one for those who like a more subtle version with a more romantic feel. The short line of new flowers is completed with the artistic pansy-shaped earrings.
The flower pin was made entirely of brass, and then hand-painted in the ORSKA studio. The dark purple center with a golden watchmaker’s screw contrasts with the detailed pink petals of the pansy. The original form of jewelry resembles colorful origami. The artistic pin recalls the first warm moments of spring and reflects the temperament of self-confident women with a romantic soul. The vivid pink flower will look beautiful in combination with classic colors such as white, gray, and black. The small brooch will be perfect as a unique decoration of business suits, elegant jackets, floral dresses, or evening outfits.
What do the pink flowers symbolize?
Pink color is a symbol of charm and joy. It has relaxing properties, helps to calm the nerves and to look at the world more optimistically. Pink flowers work best in situations where we want to emphasize grace, beauty, and admiration for the other person. Flowers of this color are the perfect balance between showing love (expressed in red flowers) and friendship (yellow). Pink pansies will be a great gift for your sister, mother, or best friend.
According to Polish legend, the name of the pansies comes from the brotherly bond. It is believed that thanks to these flowers, two brothers were able to show mutual support and loyalty to each other. Brass pansies, like those of the legend, will remind you of your bonds with loved ones, no matter what distance may keep you apart.