Daffodils, also known by their botanical name narcissus, have long been considered one of the heralds of spring. Planted in autumn, they spend several months developing roots before the flowers burst forth in spring.
They are extraordinarily rewarding every spring with their bright cheery blossoms warming our soul from previous winter months. Long lived, they naturalise and multiply year after year and offer a wide range of flower shapes, including trumpets, doubles, split-cups, large-cups and jonquillas, and colours to pick from. While yellow the most common colour for daffodils, the blossoms also come in other colours such as white, cream, orange and even pink, including combinations of those shades.
During the Victorian era, Daffodils were the symbol of chivalry. Today, they symbolise hope.
Materials: The Daffodil necklace is cast in hand patinated bronze and accented with a yellow and white cast glass flower on a string of white freshwater pearls.
Measures: 17" - 19" L (adjustable); Pendant: 1.8" L x 1.35" W