A fleeting token of luck is rendered permanent by the Carré de Trèfles family in France, the only harvester of the rare four-leaf clover. The producers grow their own crop and hand-treat each leaf so it can endure light and last for many years, preserving its unique hues and striations.
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Need some luck? The four-leaf clover at the heart of this acrylic square was grown in France by this very rare plant's only harvester. Each unique leaf is hand-treated to endure light and to last for many years. Authenticated through an exclusive license from the National Institute for Agricultural Research.