If you like flower jewelry, then consider getting some daisy jewelry.
Daisy motifs bring a fresh whimsical twist to the designs that makes the jewelry feel youthful and playful.
Wear this jewelry with casual clothing or on fun evenings out. Daisies make a great summer look.
This page lists the best daisy necklaces and earrings that are available at the moment.
Crystal and Silver Daisy Pendant
This is my favorite daisy shaped pendant!
The crystals are not just in the center of flower, but dotted along the sterling silver petals.
Steling Silver Daisy Pendant
This is a classic daisy shape in solid sterling silver. The center of the daisy is silver plated with 18k gold to add a focal point to the flower.
It comes with an 18 inch sterling silver chain. Amazon are selling this with free shipping.
Daisy Pendant and Earrings Set
This set is made of sterling silver, with 14k gold vermeil at the hearts of the daisies. (Gold Vermeil is sterling silver coated with 14k gold).
The earrings are stud earrings and the daisy pendant comes with a 16 inch sterling silver chain.
Amazon are selling this with free shipping
Silver Daisy Drop Earrings
These drop earrings have little diamonds in the center of the daisies, to provide a bit of sparkle.
They are made from solid sterling silver and Amazon are selling them with free shipping.
Silver and Opal Daisy Pendant and Earrings Set
This set is made from sterling silver with an opal in the heart of the daisies to lend it some shimmer.
Please note that the chain is not included.
You may also like to take a look at the following page on green amethyst jewelry
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