In May of 1912, Danielle’s great-grandmother made a Herbarium—a stunningly beautiful book of pressed flowers and ink handwriting cataloging plants from the garden state of northern New Jersey. This history in flowers, captured just after the Titanic went down, moved Danielle to create a series of drawings. Danielle's steady hands translate these drawings into sterling silver using a tiny saw to remove material and reveal the passion for beauty through generations.

Herbarium Pressed flowers circa 1912