A diamond set stylised peony in full bloom, with a diamond bud and a pear shaped 3.31ct cushion-cut diamond nestled in its foliage, winds itself naturalistically around the neck. It’s undulating stem scattered with diamonds as the morning dew.
Symbolic in Victorian England of beauty and shyness and regarded in China as the ‘king of flowers’ since the Tang dynasty, the peony has long been considered a token of love and good fortune. Not just beautiful in form, the peony according to fable, has strong healing properties.
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