Beautiful and very light bridal jewelry set is crocheted of silver filler wirein calla flower design and featured with high quality black glass pearls.
Materials: Black glass pearls, silver filled wire, silver pleated chain.
White calla inspire painters and adorn bridal bouquets. Indeed, the name of this elegant perennial comes from the Greek word for “beautiful.” These showy flowers are not true lilies and are related to jack-in-the-pulpit (Arisaema triphyllum).
The calla lily was named by Swedish botanist Carolus Linnaeus, who discovered the species in southern Africa in the 18th century. They soon after became popular in Europe in weddings. The calla lily is associated with rebirth because it can survive up to 10 days as a cut flower. A traditional favorite of brides, the white calla lily first appeared in Europe in the 1600s. The long-lasting blooms have been a classic favorite of artists for centuries, cementing its status as a regal beauty.