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LF066 - L. Trillium flexipes

This celtic style necklace measures 3.5cm and is made from sterling silver. A genuine 6mm trillion cut citrine is corner-prong set in the center of the pendant representing the yellow stamens of this beautiful flower. The trillium necklace is available in 16, 18 and 20" lengths. Please specify which length suits you the best upon ordering. If no specification is made, the necklace will be a 16".

This piece was inspired by a member of the Lily family, the Drooping Trillium, which grows in rich, flooded woodlands around the Eastern part of North America. The trillium is the provincial flower for Ontario and there are only two remaining populations in southwestern Ontario. It is listed as ‘endangered’ under the Endangered Species Act, 2007, and is afforded various levels of protection including being of ‘Natural Heritage’ as part of the province’s Provincial Policy Statement. Continual threats from development, invasive species, foraging deer, and all-terrain vehicles have prompted such protective measures to be taken. Unlike most flowers which depend on birds and bees to cross-pollinate, ants are responsible for dispersing the seeds away from the parent plant, which can take up to 10 years to flower.
Leanne Guthrie Johnston

Drooping Trillium Necklace

$144.03 USD
Only 1 available
Please select a length
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Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Materials: sterling silver, silver, chain, silver chain, citrine, trillion cut, gemstone, yellow gemstone
  • Feedback: 28 reviews
  • Ships from Canada to select countries.
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