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Ring in silver, Physalis

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Ring in silver, Physalis

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Physalis Not only the plant itself, but also the seasons work on the special beauty of physalis. The orange fruit, having passed through the winter cold, autumn rains and spring warmth, shows its exceptional lightness. We find them when they become fragile meshes and turn them into jewelry. The precious minerals that we grow on top of silver show their shape and complex structure even more. Rings are adjustable in size and fit on any finger.

  • FLORA TM — finalist of the world's largest jewelry design competition Arte Y Joya (Spain, 2022)
  • Winner of the competition of Ukrainian manufacturers
  • Our company is included in the register of outstanding craft enterprises in Europe (Homo Faber Guide Michelangelo Foundation)
  • The choise of the New York Jewelry Week 2022-2023
  • Representing Ukraine at the International Jewelery Week in Milan 2022

Physalis - from South America and recently in our area. Nothing is known about the magical properties of physalis, but how beautiful it is!

Transform your look with FLORA. Our jewelry looks incredibly beautiful!
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Хризантема - бесподобна! Я конечно больше всего люблю клеверы, но после них, на втором месте хризантемы( даже татуировка хризантемы есть). И дома,на подоконнике три кустика. Люблю эти цветы!

Прекрасный василёк... его лепестки так робко приоткрыты... красивый увековеченный момент. Миг, который удалось остановить.

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  • Physalis is unmistakably recognizable by its fruits - berries enclosed in a shell of fused sepals. The shell resembles a paper lantern, especially in autumn when the orange or red sepals dry up.