Daisy’s post, translated as daisy. This small and unpretentious flower served Michal Kadanik as a model for this jewel. In the same way that we observe a daisy from a distance, Daisy’s earrings look tiny and bland at first glance. However, upon closer inspection, we find out just how beautiful this flower can be. The central brilliant of 3.2 mm (0.13 ct.), set in a crown of white or red gold, is surrounded by 16 small brilliant-cut diamonds of 1.2 mm (0.13 ct.), which form its “petals”. They are placed side by side in two rows and thus give an overall airy impression. The pendant with a diameter of 1 cm hangs on a 45 cm long chain. You can take a look at the gallery for more colour variations. In the jewellery section you can also find Daisy earrings or a Daisy ring.
Due to the natural origin of the stones, the colour, clarity and degree of inclusions may vary slightly from piece to piece.
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What you should know
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It takes me from 10 days to 1 month to produce a piece of jewellery. However, I have some jewellery in progress, and these can be finished faster. Don't be afraid to email me your desired date to make it all work out!
The rings are an original author's creation. All stones have a certificate of authenticity, gold is hallmarked at the Assay Office. The rings are made of 14ct (585/1000) gold. It is also possible to make them from 18ct (750/1000) gold. The price of the rings includes consultation and testing. The final price depends on the size of the ring and will be specified after order confirmation.
Please note that each piece is an original and therefore the jewel may differ slightly from the photo on the e-shop.