Hand made in sterling silver, the radiating pieces revolve around the central core. On those rare occasions when there is rain in Central Australia, plants need to reproduce as quickly as possible. Big, bold flowers dripping with nectar compete to attract the essential pollinating insects. Indigenous children use this flower as a lollipop, sucking the honey-like nectar (and a few ants) with relish.
Presentation boxed with the photograph of the flower.