According to Floriography, or "the secret language of flowers", cat-tails communicated peace during the 19th century. If you were in an argument with someone and wanted to apologize, this plant (also known as a bulrush) was the one to give as a gift. A jeweled gift: even better. It symbolized a truce, or the desire to mend a relationship. This bracelet, with a nice safety chain, seems to have never been worn.
Three tones of gold fill
on the small side: interior measurement 6". 1/2" wide.
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1837 — 1901
Floriography allowed the Victorians to communicate their desires without saying anything at all.
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