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Hand-Embroidered Ocean Blue Rose Flower Trinket
Dây Hoa Hồng
Abacus Row in San Francisco is kicking off a series of projects in the shop around intimate memories of family. We are excited to be part of it with a Kaarem pop-up from May 6-26.
Lễ Vu Lan, one of the largest Vietnamese Buddhist celebrations of the year – a day to honor parents, particularly mothers. At Abacus Row, we're growing a garden full of roses ~ rose cut-outs to pin on your shirt. In the Kaarem studio, we're making Dây Hoa Hồng / Hand-Embroidered Rose Flower Trinkets ~ to hang a silk rose on a plant, adorn to one's outfit, or display on a wall.
As we create space to bring to mind the relationships with our mothers, our parents or a loved one who has cared for us, we hold a consciousness of motherhood and the range of mother-child relationships - happy, challenging, absent or lost. A pink rose if your mother is still alive; a white rose if your mother is no longer living; and an ocean blue rose, we created, for somewhere in between or neither.
The flower trinkets are entirely handmade; featuring a hand-drawn, then hand-embroidered rose, with a handbraided loop, and finished with a handmade tassel created with thread from our previous collections. A zero-waste product, these trinkets are made in our studio with 100% silk crepe de chine or silk organza remnant fabric.
Sold individually. Select the color (Pink, White, Ocean Blue) in the drop-down. Available for shipping or add in "notes" to pick-up at Abacus Row in SF (shipping fees will be refunded if applicable). FINAL SALE.
Read about Christine Trac's personal story here.
100% Silk de Crepe
Thread for the hand-embroidery and the hand-braided loop
Fits perfectly in our reusable Lì Xì red envelope pouches.
5 x 5 cm
Tassel is 6 cm long
Each piece is handmade in our studio in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. Details and variations in these natural fibers make each piece entirely unique.
Abacus Row is kicking off a series of projects in the shop around intimate memories of family. We are excited to be part of it with a Kaarem pop-up from May 6-26.