That line from the 18th-century play, A Clandestine Marriage, isn’t referring to the bride. It’s a reference to her bejeweled bouquet. Back then, the most impressive flowers weren’t made by Mother Nature.
Our Belle Fleur Pin comes compliments of the Metropolitan Museum of Art. They based their design on a dazzling French pin from the permanent collection of the Victoria and Albert Museum
in London. The original was donated by British socialite Lady Cory and sparkles with genuine diamonds, rubies and emeralds. Her rare flower isn’t for sale, but now you can bring home the next best thing. Green thumb not required.