Lily Of The Valley, Sea Glass Art, Flora day, Traditional Flower, Helston Flora Day, Furry Dance, Pebble Art Flower, Cornish Sea Glass
Vivid green pieces of Cornish sea glass are used to shape the leaves that curl and wrap around the flower. The flower itself is made up of dainty white droplets of sea glass placed in the centre of the leaves with a delicate use of fine liner to create the stem.
The Lily of the Valley is a flower that blooms in the spring and is symbolic to Helston Flora Day. It is a Spring festival which usually falls on May 8th to celebrate the end of winter and mark the arrival of the new vitality and fertility with the trees and flowers bursting into life. The houses and shops of the town are decorated with greenery and floral arrangements to express the spirit of renewal.
Traditionally, the dancers wear Lily of the Valley. The gentlemen wear it on the left, with the flowers pointing upwards, and the ladies wear it upside down on the right.
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