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6 Daffodil Jewellery Pieces To Brighten Your Day

Updated: Feb 5

The Language of Flowers

Flower jewellery has been a popular form of expression and style throughout history, with beautiful blooms often finding their way onto accessories like necklaces, earrings, rings and more. And in a nod to this age-old practice, daffodils are no exception!

Whether you’re looking for an elegant statement piece or just a simple addition to your everyday wardrobe, here are some stunning daffodil jewellery pieces that will add brightness and joy to any look.

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What Daffodils Represent

The symbolism of daffodils and daffodil jewellery dates back centuries. Daffodils are the national flower of Wales and are traditionally worn on St David’s Day; St David is said to have worn a leek on his cloak along with a bunch of daffodils.

They also make an appearance at St Piran's Day celebrations in Cornwall, which is also one of the first places in the UK that they bloom.

Daffodils have been associated with new beginnings, hope, joy and luck. The bright yellow hue is said to bring light and life to an otherwise drab month. Many people choose to give each other daffodils as a sign of love or appreciation. For this reason, many brides will choose to carry a bouquet of spring flowers down the aisle on their special day. In addition to being a popular choice for spring bouquets, daffodils are often used as part of a floral display during Easter or Mother's Day. It is no surprise that this cheerful flower has become synonymous with spring!

6 Daffodil Jewellery Pieces That Will Brighten your Day

1. 9 ct Gold Vintage Welsh Daffodil Stud Earrings

. 9 ct Gold Vintage Welsh Daffodil Stud Earrings

A vintage find on Etsy, this gorgeous pair of 9ct gold daffodil flower stud earrings have butterfly push backs and are hallmarked. They can be picked up for just £139.99 making them great value for Gold jewellery!

2. 9ct Gold Cymru Y Metel Daffodil St David Pendant

9ct gold Cymru Y Metel 1980's daffodil pendant

We love this 9ct gold Cymru Y Metel 1980's daffodil pendant, which is Fully hallmarked for 9ct gold and can be found for £195 on Etsy.

3. Pewter Daffodil Pendant by St Justin

daffodil pendant flower jewellery

For every day wear, possibly to celebrate Welsh heritage, at just £26 this cute pendant is perfect. The pendant is made in Cornwall, UK, is set with a topaz coloured crystal stone and comes on an 18″ tin-plated curb chain.

4. 1940s Crown Trifari Daffodil Flower Brooch

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We found this beautiful brooch on Etsy where it is selling at £195. The 1940s gold plated and rhinestone encrusted Crown Trifari daffodil flower brooch is a rare find. This vintage collector's piece was designed in 1940 by head Trifari designer Alfred Philippe.

5. Daffodil Drop Earrings with Citrine

daffodil earrings with citrine

Available at Floral Silver, these Celtic Lands beautifully handcrafted Sterling Silver earrings are set with a citrine stone and have gold plate centre detailing. Retailing at £60 they are perfect to add a little Spring style to your outfit.

6. Arts & Crafts Silver and Mother of Pearl Daffodil Necklace

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This is stunning antique jewellery piece that we found on Etsy. Made around 1910 it is in the Arts & Crafts style and is a round pendant comprising a torque of silver daffodils, face on, and a variety of side views. The centre is silver net surrounding a collet set piece of mother of pearl.

Available for £225 you would be buying a piece of history.

As the days start to get longer and the temperatures start to rise, the UK is blessed with an array of beautiful flowers that come into bloom. The daffodil really symbolises Spring and its striking form works well in flower jewellery. But daffodils aren't the only pretty blooms you can find in the UK during March; there are a variety of other flowers that make their appearance during this time, each with their own unique characteristics and beauty, take a look here: Flowers that Bloom in March and Matching Flower Jewellery (

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