Clogau Daffodil Earrings
Featuring a butterfly fastening at the back, the Daffodil stud earrings contain rare Welsh gold, making them truly special.
• Earring Fastening: Post & Butterfly
• Earring Length (mm): 0
• Earring Motif Height (mm): 9.98
• Earring Motif Width (mm): 9.98
• Earring Weight (g): 1.53
• Further Information: Weight (g): 1.530 (pair)
• Hallmarked: 925
• Product Type: 925 & 9ct Earrings
The magnificent birth flower for the month of March that embodies the freshness and natural beauty of Spring. Daffodils start growing when the season of Winter ends, so they symbolise new beginnings and the rebirth of new and brighter life. These earrings closely reflect a white daffodil because of its silver colour, white flowers are often seen as a symbol of purity and the desire to be transformed and to move away from vanity and selfishness. The daffodil also has a tie to Welsh culture. It is known for being the National flower of Wales, traditionally worn to celebrate St David’s Day, a special day in Wales where the patron saint (St David) is honoured for all of his good deeds and the miracles he preformed to help people.
Since these silver earrings signify the rebirth of life and new beginnings, this could be a gift for someone who is experiencing a positive change in their life, perhaps they are getting married, having a baby or even getting a new job. Whatever it is, this would be a sincere way to show your support and happiness for them. On the other hand , this would make a lovely gift for someone on St David’s Day because of its precious tie to Welsh culture, when you wear these, you are displaying your love for Wales and its history. The simplistic design of these earrings make thus the prefect gift for a child and is guaranteed to brighten up any outfit. In addition to the earrings, Clogau has made a matching necklace, available in silver and gold.
Welsh gold is considered one of the most precious, rarest metals in the world . In the past it took almost £1000 to extract each ounce of gold from the mine in Snowdonia. However, the reason why it is one of the most rare gold materials in the world is because no gold mining takes place in Wales this present day, which means Welsh gold supplies will eventually become unattainable. Due to this only a fraction of the amount of gold mined is included in each piece of Welsh jewellery.