This is a decorative motif that appeals to those with affection towards Australia’s unique bushland. Michael originally designed the Gumleaf Collection in the early 1970s, which has always been popular with our extensive range of rings, earrings, pendants and brooches.
This collection of jewellery designed by Michael Wilson features the small but unique Eltham Copper Butterfly. A new colony founded in 1987 still exists in Eltham Bushland today. The collection was created in 1988 in recognition of the endangered butterfly.
The studs are a very wearable feminine piece of jewellery
The monogram in this design represents the author of the Book of MacRegol, which is an illuminated manuscript of the Celtic Christian era. MacRegol was the Abbot of Birr in Ireland. Although these earrings are historically influenced the geometric design has a more contemporary aesthetic.
Featuring ancient inscription reading AMOR BENE VIVA BENE. Michael Wilson’s Historical Posy Collection developed from the earlier medieval fashion for inscribed jewellery, which continued in popularity until the end of the eighteenth century. These designs are engraved with identical messages and character styles as existed hundreds of years ago. This ring is suitable for both male and female wearers.