Blossom Flower Station Necklace



The Blossom Flower Station Necklace is a delightfully delicate necklace featuring the tiniest of blossom flowers dotted on a delicate but durable chain.

A perfectly simple necklace for an understated look the Blossom Flower Station Necklace can be worn alone or with other necklaces for an easy layered look.

Inspired by the fleeting few weeks in spring time when trees appear to be weighed down with the most delicate pink and white blossoms. The Blossom collection is a wearable reminder of the joy and the promise of warmer times that the flowers bring with them.

All of our jewellery is lovingly designed and handmade in Rachel's Birmingham studio with help from casters and stone setters in the historic Birmingham Jewellery Quarter.

Size & Materials

  • Available in: Sterling silver, solid 9ct gold and solid 18ct gold. 
  • Blossoms measure 4mm across

Chains are supplied at a length of 18 inches as standard, please get in touch if you're looking for a different length. 

How is it made?

A part of the Blossom collection the Station Necklace features the tiniest of blossom flowers. 

The flowers were originally CAD designed - a process that allows me to pack in plenty of detail to a tiny piece of jewellery.

The flowers were 3D printed in a plastic material which was moulded so many of the same design could be cast in precious metal.

Once the flowers are cast I remove the sprue which feeds the metal into the design with a file and emery paper. Each tiny flower is cleaned up and polished by hand - a job I have to pop my glasses on for, and is attached and soldered to a delicate trace chain.

Once the necklace is put together it's polished in a magnetic barrel polished to give it a high shine finish.

Solid gold pieces are hallmarked at the Birmingham Assay office and if you order a chain the pendant is strung on a delicate, yet strong chain manufactured by our supplier based in Shropshire, UK. 

Production time

I handmake all of my designs from my workshop in Birmingham's Jewellery Quarter.  

Handmade jewellery takes time, and I don't always have all pieces in stock, so your jewellery may be specially made just for you, making can take up to three weeks.  

Solid gold pieces are special order and therefore take up to 4-6 weeks to make.  

If you need your piece by a particular date, please get in touch - I might be able to make it sooner. 

Thank you for your patience!  


  • A signature will be required upon delivery. 
  • I can ship to any permanent address (including your workplace) 
  • All parcels are fully insured. 

Please note: delivery times are in addition to the time it takes to make your piece. 

Domestic (UK): 

  • Free shipping is offered on all orders over £100. 
  • I ship via Royal Mail, using their Special Delivery by 1pm service, this requires a signature upon delivery. 
  • A tracking number will be emailed to you once the parcel has been dispatched. 


  • I shop through Royal Mail's International Tracked/Signed for service to many countries around the world. 
  • Delivery can take up to two weeks (but usually it's quicker!) 
  • A tracking number will be emailed to you once the parcel has been dispatched. 
  • International customers are responsible for any customs charges that may apply. 


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We hand make all our jewellery in our small Birmingham studio. We don't always have stock of all designs so please get in touch if you need a piece for a particular date.

Your jewellery will be presented in a beautiful warm cream box with delicate tissue wrapping. Your order will be parcelled in a white outer box with no branding so not to give away any surprises!

Once your purchase has been dispatched we'll send you a tracking number so you can keep an eye on its journey to you.

All of our jewellery is made by Rachel in her workshop in Birmingham's Jewellery Quarter in the United Kingdom.

I take a lot of my inspiration from the British summer time so it's important that my jewellery be made here.

I'm so lucky to be surrounded by so many talented casting companies, stone setters, hand engravers and gold platers in Birmingham and I think it's vital that we support them and keep their disciplines alive and available for generations of designers to come. 

When you buy a piece of Rachel Whitehead Jewellery you're helping keep the Birmingham Jewellery Quarter the vibrant and vital centre of manufacture that it has been and should remain for years to come.

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