Vintage Art Deco Daisy Silver Ring Dutch

Daisies were her favorite, the common kind that grew with white petals and a sunshine yellow center. She always had a vase full of these happy plants. She wore a crown of them around her blonde hair in the spring to match the reviving nature of the season. And on her finger was a ring, that she wore year-round, because silver never wilts, and daisies should always be seen.

This vintage Art Deco silver Dutch ring was handcrafted around 1930. It bears a daisy motif on a rectangular face. It is a size 6.5 and weighs 11 grams. It is hallmarked with Dutch marks and a maker’s mark that reads, ‘TCB’. The face is 23.6 x 14.3 x 6.8 mm.

The word ‘daisy’ stems from an Old English word that meant ‘day’s eye’ because this flower only opens during the day.

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