"Who Could Not Be Happy" Roses Tote

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What Victorians held in their hearts was not always so easily expressed. Even so, sweet sentiments were not to be neglected.

Etiquette hardly made allowances for improper introductions - let alone grand gestures.

That is how the language of of flowers (floriography) came into being. Feelings that could not be spoken or proclaimed publicly could instead be expressed through blooms.

Yellow roses symbolized friendship and joy.

Gathered from our archives, eternal blooms unfurl upon a canvas tote ideal for romantics. Carry library books, groceries, and travel necessities.

Quote on the back reads:
"With freedom, books, flowers, and the moon, who could not be happy?" - Oscar Wilde

18 x 15".
Do not bleach. Iron on low. Do not dry clean. Do not tumble dry.