How much would you spend on your Valentine?
Artists behind Endura roses, one of the UK’s leading preserved flower company, have launched what is thought to be the World’s most expensive bouquet of flowers ever this week with the announcement of The Cullinan, costed at £20,000.
The bouquet was inspired by the diamond it was named after, The Cullinan, and contains 100 specially preserved flowers.
Rising form a bed of black hydrangea, the bouquet has six Grandeur Roses that have been encased in 24-carat gold. The Grande Rose has been sourced from Cayambe, Equador, where the local active volcanoes provide enriched soils that allow for the growth of the largest rose in the world, Heart Roses, that are created by hand by a specialist florist.
The bouquet is also finished with Diamond Dust; a very rare product that is created when larger, multi-faceted diamonds are cut and polished - the dust that falls from them is no longer viable to be set in jewellery however still has the shine and gleam and refracts the light in the same exact way.
At its centre, the bouquet holds a Mon Chérie elegant curved glass cloche that encases sealed Endura's heart roses with two Cullinan diamonds, - one 0.5 carat and the other 0.3 carat (SI1 clarity) - placed at its centre.
For further information visit www.enduraroses.com