Boutonnière Waldsauerklee 3er (Oxalis acetosella) - Herr von Welt
Boutonnière Waldsauerklee 3er (Oxalis acetosella) - Herr von Welt
Boutonnière Waldsauerklee 3er (Oxalis acetosella) - Herr von Welt
Boutonnière Waldsauerklee 3er (Oxalis acetosella) - Herr von Welt
Boutonnière Waldsauerklee 3er (Oxalis acetosella) - Herr von Welt
Boutonnière Waldsauerklee 3er (Oxalis acetosella) - Herr von Welt
Boutonnière Waldsauerklee 3er (Oxalis acetosella) - Herr von Welt
Boutonnière Waldsauerklee 3er (Oxalis acetosella) - Herr von Welt
Boutonnière Waldsauerklee 3er (Oxalis acetosella) - Herr von Welt
Boutonnière Waldsauerklee 3er (Oxalis acetosella) - Herr von Welt

Boutonnière wood sorrel triple (Oxalis acetosella)

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Boutonnière - delicate silk blossom on the lapel

Tasty soups can be prepared from the chopped leaves of the wood sorrel. On the one hand this is good to know, on the other hand it is irrelevant, since we have arranged three flowers (without the classic shamrocks), whose purpose is the buttonhole of the well-dressed gentleman. And here they cut a fine figure!

The buttonhole - three flowers

In every blossom (and here there are three) there is an almost forgotten craftsmanship (cannot be compared in the least with products from Far Eastern countries). Plastic is not used; each flower is built up individually and not simply put together or glued on. Recipes up to a hundred years old serve as the basis for dyeing the fabric.

The boutonnière in detail

  • Color: white with delicate purple accents
  • Material: 100% silk
  • Size of the three flowers together: approx. 4 cm in diameter, approx. 1.5 cm in height
  • Handmade in Germany | Handcraft from Germany
  • Each silk flower is unique; minor deviations are possible
  • Delivery with a gift box
  • Item number: 62

Care instructions: Protect the buttonhole from moisture and always keep it in the gift box provided. Each boutonnière box is made exclusively by one of the oldest family businesses in Berlin, founded as a hat box manufacturer in 1869, in the Neukölln district.