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52 Cherry Blossom Bespoke piece The name Nanhi Kali comes from the idea that a young girl is like a delicate bud the blooms into a ower and spreads joy and fragrance everywhere. In our attempt to bring a contribution to the Nanhi Kali initiative we have created the Cherry Blossom parure. Cherry Blossoms are an important part of Japanese art and culture representing innocence simplicity and spring. They mark the arrival of new beginnings and bring hope dreams of greater things to come. For 2 weeks in March the owers start blooming and the tree bursts into a full bloom and is entirely covered in delicate pink owers. According to Buddhist tradition this breath taking but brief beauty of the blossom symbolises the transient nature of life. The ower eventually turns into fruit this act of nature is a way to provide for everyone. The Parure is a necklace and matching earring set. The necklace is made up for 2 sections. The upper section is detachable allowing the lower sections to be worn independently. At the centre of each ower is a hexagonal Mozambique ruby with diamonds at each corner. The owers are studded in pink and orange sapphires and the twigs in emeralds. Diamonds outline the petals to give a feeling of settled snow. Each ower is held together with ruby studded cherries that go around the neck. The necklace is perfectly complemented with its matching cherry blossom earrings to complete the set. The Parure is a necklace and matching earring set. The necklace is made up for 2 sections. The upper section is detachable allowing the lower sections to be worn independently. At the centre of each ower is a hexagonal Mozambique ruby with diamonds at each corner. The owers are studded in pink and orange