Poppies have long been associated with dreams and death. They symbolize eternal sleep, imagination and oblivion. Our striking scarlet Poppy design celebrates the onset of Summer time.
In recent years the scarlet Poppy has become a symbol for the dead World War I soldiers and civilians. During the conflict the Flanders Field was coloured red with blood. The scarlet Poppy thrives on the battlefield and is now worn worldwide on November 11 Remembrance Day and the preceding weeks to commemorate those who sacrificed their lives during World War I and successive conflicts.