Our lapel pin is our most mini ranunculus. It is intricately hand cut and hand crafted with elegantly graded petals, made from 100% heirloom wool that is and custom woven in Yorkshire, England.
With the power to transform the ordinary into the extraordinary, these blooms are meticulously crafted to add a touch of flair and texture to any jacket. Wear on a lapel, or if the mood strikes you, try attaching to a blouse, necklace, inserting into a ponytail, or pinning to a clutch. We love that these florals inspire playfulness and spontaneity.
The Story Behind Our Flowers
Ste.Marg.Scot’s flowers were born from our passion for making the most of our precious 100% heirloom wool and our obsession with colourful, unique accessories. We collected the wool pieces from our cutting room floor, transforming what is often discarded, into wearable art. A labour of love, each flower is unique – hand cut and handcrafted by our team of artisans.
Ranunculus flowers, also known as the Persian Buttercup and Coyote’s Eyes, are known for their delicacy and complexity. These flowers grow abundantly along streams, and the Latin translation of ranunculus means ‘little frogs’. There are 2 prominent myths about the ranunculus.
The first legend comes from an Indigenous American story of a bored coyote that plucked out its eyes to entertain itself. An eagle swooped down and stole the eyes, and after searching blindly for them, the coyote replaced them with buttercup flowers. Ranunculus flowers represent vision and clarity of thought across various cultures and are often given to encourage someone to see things clearly or to signify a fresh perspective on a situation.
The second legend centered on a Persian prince that was turned into a ranunculus flower by nymphs after singing to his love day and night.
The Ranunculus is a wonderful gift, often given to express love and devotion or to signify a fresh perspective on a situation.
One size (3 cm x 3 cm)
Please note that exact sizes may vary slightly as each flower is hand crafted and one of a kind.
*For custom sizes and colour combinations, please email us at [email protected] for inquiries and custom orders.
If you encounter a stain, spot clean discrete areas with water and mild soap/detergent. Pat the area to remove the stain and lay the flower right side up on a towel to dry at room temperature away from direct sunlight.
100% heirloom wool: custom-woven by a family-owned mill circa 1800’s, UK. This wool was small-batch woven and is naturally wind, water, odour, and microbial resistant. Dyes are low-impact OEKO-TEX certified. Pin backing is brass.
If you’re not satisfied with your order, we can offer you an exchange (dependent available inventory) or store credit. Our flowers are hand cut and custom made to order. Unfortunately, we are not able to offer returns.
After we receive your returned item and inspect its condition, we will process your store credit or exchange. An email of your store credit (minus the cost of return shipping) will be sent to the email provided.
If you need to exchange an item for whatever reason, please send us an email at [email protected] and we’ll be happy to help.
Since we are a small business and covered the initial shipping costs, the return shipping costs will be deducted from your store credit.
We will make this as easy as possible for you by sending you a link to print a return label. Once your return label is printed, drop your item off at Canada Post for return.
Depending on where you live, the time it may take for your exchanged product to reach you may vary.
Need help? Contact us at [email protected]