Birch Artisan Studio is based in Sooke, British Columbia. They press and dry each piece and set in the highest quality materials; the result is a stunning interpretation of the uniqueness of each of us, no two pieces are alike.
Flowers brighten our lives with their beauty and fragrance, but our affinity to them can be so much deeper. Sometimes they remind us of our childhood, the way our grandma’s garden smelled. Others commemorate a special occasion. Some remind us of a most cherished loved one. Whatever the reason, they hold a tender spot in our hearts. We designed these collections using real flowers, to celebrate the moments in our lives we hold so dear.
Each Necklace comes in 10mm with a gold or silver chain.
Alberta Wild Rose
Wild roses have been used as a source of food and in healing remedies for centuries, but are most famously know for their beautiful fragrance. Wild roses can be found across Canada ranging in colours from pale to bright pink. Adopted in 1930 as the provincial flower of Alberta, the suggestions were passed along to the Department of Education for review, but the final decision was made by the province’s schoolchildren.
During the pressing process of these flowers, the brighter pink petals dry to a deep purple, sometimes exhibiting a shade of neon!
These flowers have been collected with care, pressed and dried to create a stunning interpretation of the uniqueness of each of us, no two pieces are alike. Set in the highest quality materials, only the best will do.
Often given to express sincere, heartfelt gratitude, the hydrangea flower was first discovered and cultivated in Japan, spreading across Asia for hundreds of years before coming to Europe and North America. About 75 different flowering shrubs share the botanical name of Hydrangea. the name hydrangea comes from the Greek “hydor,” meaning water, and “angos,” meaning jar or vessel.
New Brunswick Purple Violet
The purple violet represent open mindedness and imagination. It is the flower for February birthdays and was also adopted as the provincial flower of New Brunswick in 1936, based on input from the Women’s Institute.
These flowers have been collected with care, pressed and dried to create a stunning interpretation of the uniqueness of each of us, no two pieces are alike. Set in the highest quality materials.