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Gry & Sif

Bouquet Lola, 26 pieces

Bouquet Lola, 26 pieces

Regular price 97,72 €
Regular price 97,72 € Sale price 97,72 €
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  • handmade
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  • 1-2 days with DHL
Our "Lola" is the most magnificent bouquet of flowers in the entire Gry & Sif range and is individually composed of 6 pussy willows, 6 daisies as well as 6 small and 8 large flowers. The magical felt flowers shine in subtle pastel tones. The stems are 30-42 cm long and flexible, ideal for draping in the vase.

Product information

  • 14 flowers + 6 daisies + 6 pussy willows
  • Colors
    • Flowers: Light yellow, olive, wine red, white
    • Anemone: white and pink
    • Pussy Willow: White and pink
  • max. height 42 cm
  • Flexible branch thanks to integrated wire
  • 100% Fairtrade certified manufacturing
  • 100% handmade with great attention to detail
  • 100% pure new wool from certified origin
  • Dyed with environmentally friendly dyes
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Long-lasting joy of life

Lola is a beautiful name for a bouquet of flowers! It sounds happy, lively and charming, just like the colorful flowers that decorate it. Lola means “the bright one” or “the beautiful one” and that fits perfectly with a bouquet of flowers that radiates joy and beauty. Lola is also a name that occurs in many languages ​​and is therefore very versatile and cosmopolitan. A bouquet of flowers with the name Lola is a great gift for any occasion and for any person you like!

Or design your very own bouquet with our large selection of flowers and branches . ❤️

  • FAIRTRADE

    All products bear the Fairtrade seal. They come from fair trade and their production complies with prescribed social, ecological and economic criteria.

  • SUPPORTING WOMEN

    Gry & Sif are committed to fair wages and working conditions for women in Nepal and we think that's great. Each product is unique and made with a lot of love.

  • 100% handmade

    Each product is made by hand. The wool comes from New Zealand, where the animals are kept in good conditions and sheared without pain.

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