Each April, the Nothofagus Gunnii comes alive in a brilliant display known as the turning of the fagus. We created our 18K gold Nothofagus Collection to honour the enchanting natural beauty of this process.
What is the fagus?
If you're new around here, you may not know that the Nothofagus Gunnii (also known as 'Fagus') is Australia's only native cold weather deciduous. That's right, the only one... and to make it even more special, it only grows in a few select locations, right here on our island-home - in Cradle Mountain-Lake St Clair National Park and Mount Field National Park.
In April, the leaves turn from green, to brilliant gold, to vibrant red, before falling to the ground in a magnificent display known as the turning of the fagus. And so the process begins again.
The turning of the fagus is one of the most wonderful displays of natural beauty you could witness, and it's uniquely Tasmanian.
We created our Nothofagus Collection in 18K gold, to encapsulate the wonder of our island's natural beauty and to be worn as a timeless reminder of home.
Our gift to you
This year, we're celebrating the turning of the fagus with a very special limited-time offer...
When you make a purchase between 12th April and 10th March 2021, you will receive a complimentary silver Nothofagus pendant (chain not included) to add to your collection, or gift to a loved one.
Don't panic if you don't see your silver pendant in your cart at checkout. We'll be sending them out on all orders. So sit back, relax, and look forward to seeing your treasures arrive at your door.