Win one of five set of wildflower jewellery from Botanic Isles

Win a wildflower jewellery set, worth £100

Win one of five sets of wildflower jewellery, each worth £100 by Botanic Isles.

Opens Friday, 8 May, 2020 3:24 pm
Closes Friday, 19 June, 2020 12:00 pm

Flowers are, of course, ephemeral but it is possible to preserve them. Although this is usually achieved by pressing or drying, another method is to encase them with resin.

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Botanic Isles is a flower preservation specialist, based in Kirriemuir, Angus, creating pieces of handmade jewellery. Each piece uses responsibly sourced, hand-picked Scottish wild flowers preserved in non-toxic, environmentally friendly resin by young designer, Laura Cooke. Botanic Isles helps the Scottish countryside blossom by planting more flowers than it picks each year. Chains and earring findings are sterling silver or gold-fill if gold coloured. Each item is hallmarked and comes in luxury packaging with gift bag and botanical information card detailing what the flower symbolises, where it was picked, the date it was picked and date of preservation. The range includes forget-me-nots, bluebells, wildflowers, heather, snowdrops and many more.

Botanic Isles are offering five lucky winners the chance to win a collection of Scottish wildflower jewellery, each set worth £100. Each collections contains a sterling silver necklace and drop earring set with forget-me-not, wood anemone and Siberian squill.

To see more of the botanical jewellery collection from Botanic Isles, or to order a custom piece, please visit botanicisles.co.uk

Prize details

We have five prize collections of Scottish wildflower jewellery from Botanic Isles, each worth £100. Each collection contains three jewellery sets in sterling silver of:

  • 1 x forget-me-not necklace and 1 x pair of forget-me-not drop earrings
  • 1 x wood anemone necklace and 1 x pair of wood anemone drop earrings
  • 1 x Siberian squill necklace and 1 x pair of Siberian squill drop earrings

The closing date of the competition is noon, Thursday 19 June, 2020. The winners will be notified and prizes sent out after this date by First Class signed-for post. Please note that this competition is open to UK residents only.

Please read our competition rules below before you enter.


Competition question

Myosotis sylvatica is the botanical name for which of the following flowers?


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