Kew

Kew is home to one of the great botanical gardens of the world.
The origins of Kew Gardens can be traced to the merging of the royal estates of Richmond and Kew in 1772. William Chambers built several garden structures, including the lofty Chinese pagoda which still remains.
The garden’s incredible collection of flora and fauna have provided rich inspiration for our textured organic pieces. Our unique hand crafted collections include serpent jewellery, bees, butterflies and dragonflies, falling leaves, golden leaves, lilies and posies.

Kew is home to one of the great botanical gardens of the world. The origins of Kew Gardens can be traced to the merging of the royal estates of Richmond and Kew in 1772. William Chambers built several garden structures, including the lofty Chinese pagoda which still remains. The garden’s incredible collection of flora and fauna have provided rich inspiration for our textured organic pieces. Our unique hand crafted collections include serpent jewellery, bees, butterflies and dragonflies, falling leaves, golden leaves, lilies and posies.

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