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Earrings - AD - Pearl Waratah

Australian Flora Pearl Collection - The designs in this collection were inspired by the shapes and textures found in Australia’s native flora.  Freshwater cultured pearl are used as the focal point in each design. The frame is made from nickel free pewter that is silver plated, oxidised, buffed and lacquered. For the earrings, the hooks are sterling silver.

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The waratah is a stout, erect shrub which grows up to 4 metres. The dark green leathery leaves are arranged alternately and tend to be coarsely toothed. The beautiful flowers are actually individual flowers grouped in rounded heads that usually grow red but can be pink or even white. The waratah was proclaimed the official floral emblem of NSW in October 1962. The name waratah comes from the Eora Aboriginal people, the original inhabitants of the Sydney area. The waratah is one of the most difficult plants to cultivate. It can take a few years before the plant will flower so patience is required.

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