Happy Daisy Vintage Necklace


Type: Decor

Shipping : 3-5 Business Days



This pretty little thing,

Always coming with the spring;

Found in the meadows green,
Peeping just above the ground;
Shining like the bright sun rays,
Will bring you joy always
This graceful piece of jewellery encases a bunch of tiny daisy flowers in an inverted globe along with daisy and key charms to give it a vintage look
Your loved ones deserve spring all year.. Gift them spring and let the smiles bloom
The locket measures approximately 3 cm in diameter and is attached to a long bronze colored chain (70 cm).

P.S: Each piece is made by hand so each locket turns out unique and may slightly differ from one represented on photos.

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