Lotusland Fundraiser 

By Kelly Mahan Herrick   |   June 27, 2023
A lotus blossom pendant designed by Silverhorn and inspired by the Lotusland Gardens and the jewelry collection of Madame Ganna Walska is up for auction at an upcoming Lotusland event

Save the Date for Saturday, July 22, when Lotusland hosts “Where the Wild Things Grow,” a fundraiser to support Lotusland’s diverse ecosystems and habitats. Beginning at 3:30 pm, attendees will roam the gardens sipping herb-infused cocktails before perusing an impressive array of auction items on the Great Lawn before dining al fresco with catering by Duo and wines by Antica Terra. There will be an opportunity to bid to win an assortment of experiences and treasures during a lively auction. The event will end at 8:30 pm. 

One of the auction items is a Silverhorn lotus blossom pendant, which was inspired by the Lotusland Gardens and the jewelry collection of Madame Ganna Walska. Each part of this one-of-a-kind pendant was hand fabricated by a Silverhorn master craftsman in 18-karat white gold. The body of the bloom is fashioned from a rare 10 ct. Tourmaline and the petals were individually handmade, engraved, and finished with a high polished edge. An explosion of pink sapphires float into diamonds to finish the bloom and it hangs from an 18” delicate chain, set with diamonds. At the center of the flower is a pearl symbolizing the 30-year anniversary of Lotusland opening to the public. 

A masterpiece in jeweled artistry, this statement pendant was custom created in the Silverhorn Design Studio and has a retail value of $22,000. 

For more information about Where the Wild Things Grow, visit www.lotusland.org.  


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