The remembrance poppy is an artificial flower worn in some countries to commemorate their military personnel who died in war.
Inspired by the war poem "In Flanders Fields", and promoted by Moina Michael, they were first used near the end of World War I to commemorate British Empire and United States military casualties of the war. Madame Guérin established the first "Poppy Days" to raise funds for veterans, widows and orphans.
- 38 x 37 mm
- Handmade in Bohemia