With daffodils being such popular Spring flower, the national flower of Wales, symbol of new beginnings and birth flower of March there are many reasons daffodil jewellery makes a wonderful gift.
About the jewellery: The 10mm charms used in the jewellery is made using a scaled down original photograph of the gently bowing 'head' of a yellow daffodil. The image is set under glass and into sterling silver.
The pendant comes with a 16" or 18" sterling silver chain to complete the necklace which fastens with a trigger clasp. The drop earring charms hang from fine sterling silver safety wires, which are so light you won't know you're wearing them. They hang just below the earlobe.
Materials: 925 sterling silver, glass.
Daffodil symbolism The daffodil has come to be held as symbol of new beginnings as it indicates the coming of Spring, being one of the first perennials to bloom after the winter frost. The daffodil is the national flower of Wales, and it is traditional to wear a daffodil on St David’s Day. Narcissi flowers are also seen to represent creativity, inspiration, awareness and inner reflection, forgiveness, and vitality.
Matching Items: Earrings and Necklace also available separately.