Laurel Leaf Earrings

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  • Height: 40 mm (1.6 inches)
  • Metal Material: Sterling Silver
  • Revel in the Spirit of the Laurel!
  • Represents Achievement, Honor, and Nobility


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      • Measures approximately 4inches wide by 5.5 inches long 
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Laurel Leaf Earrings

These Laurel Leaf Earrings represent an ageless plant. Cultures have used the laurel plant for thousands of years for medicinal purposes and to symbolize favor and nobility. It symbolizes favor and nobility, people use it in medicine, the laurel plant has been used throughout cultures for thousands of years. Medicine people used the laurel as a remedy for rashes and small wounds, and also in massage and aromatherapy. Artisans make these earrings from sterling silver.

  • Height: 40 mm (1.6 inches)
  • Metal Material: Sterling Silver
  • Revel in the Spirit of the Laurel!

Laurel Wreath

Laurel wreaths consist of the bay laurel leaf. Yes, it is the same bay leaf that we use in Italian cooking. These wreaths represent a master’s degree in some countries. Graduates obtain a laurel wreath during the graduation ceremony and wear it like a crown. The term laureate, as in poet laureate, comes from the bestowal of one of these wreaths. Some poet laureates actually wore them, like Torquato Tasso

The wreath appears in heraldry, including some Scottish clan crests. For example, the Buchanan clan crest has a laurel wreath wrapped around a crown held by a hand. It often represents honor, as authority figures bestow it on those they wish to honor.

Weight 0.12 lbs

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