During the French Revolution, the red carnation was a symbol of the nobles who were guillotined. Since 1889, the red carnation has also shone as a buttonhole flower for socialism. And the carnation in turquoise, or shall we say: ocean? It shines exclusively from us - a cooperation with Maximilian Mogg's Berlin studio. The stem is wrapped in black silk, so the buttonhole carnation is traditionally worn with a tuxedo (black tie) and also with a tailcoat (white tie). Once it peeps out from behind the lapel, it remains virtually invisible.
There is an almost forgotten craftsmanship in every buttonhole (cannot be compared in the least with products from Far Eastern countries). Plastics are not used; every flower is built up properly and not simply plugged together or glued on. Even today, recipes that are up to a hundred years old serve as the basis for fabric coloring.
Care instructions: Protect from moisture and brute force and always keep in the gift box provided. Every boutonnière box will exclusive by one of the oldest family businesses in Berlin, founded in 1869 as a hat box manufacturer, made in the Neukölln district.