Poroporo Earrings & Necklace | Liliy Griffin
Part of the Lily Griffin 'Charmed Elements' Collection Poroporo flowers are traditionally used by Maori in Rongoa (healing medicine from plants) to alleviate skin conditions such as eczema and ulcers, this native plant has striking purple flowers and orange berries. Poroporo was planted around Maori settlements to provide ripe orange berries to eat (the unripe, yellow berries are poisonous!), along with leaves used to line a hangi to enhance flavour.
Sterling silver flowers (16mm height, including jump ring) x 13mm width, hand painted with porcelain paint in tonal purples, with a gold centre. Hanging from sterling silver ear hooks.
Sterling silver flower (16mm height, including jump ring) x 13mm width, hand painted with porcelain paint in tonal purples, with a gold centre. Suspended from a 45cm sterling silver chain, with a 5cm extender.
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