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Here Are the Jewels for That Client Who Loves Flowers

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Here Are the Jewels for That Client Who Loves Flowers

THE FLOWER GIRL loves botanicals, whether real or crafted from precious metals and gemstones. She desires florals that are feminine yet bold rather than delicate. The Flower Girl crushes on the language of flowers (and their meanings) and wears everything from perennials to more organic florals that sprout in the woods and the fantasy versions that can be found while traipsing through the forest.


1. Collette Jewelry

The Flower Girl is a fan of roses, which symbolize love and passion. She also desires more than one type of earring—longer with swing and movement as well as this single climber, which winds up the lobe with blossoms, leaves and stems.

Rainbow sapphire rose ear climber in 18K gold. 

$11,630

collettejewelry.com

2. Aida Bergsen

The Flower Girl is anything but shy when it comes to wearing her botanicals as jewels. This ring’s intricate detail and three-dimensional quality is a true statement with its large rectangular amethyst stone and its garden growing and surrounding it.

Set in high karat gold and oxidized sterling silver with amethyst center stone, flower and insect motifs and accent gemstones. 

Price on request

aidabergsen.com

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3. Lene Vibe

The ultimate in wearable fantasy, The Flower Girl chooses these earrings for their longer length, movement and natural fancy rough diamonds mixed with sapphires for a subtle pop of sparkle around the face.

18K gold, sapphire and rough diamond earrings. 

$5,600

lenevibe.dk

4. Page Sargisson

Brooches are part of The Flower Girl’s jewelry wardrobe. She opts for more simplified, abstract versions of florals in a combination of pretty colors to wear in multiple ways and to complement the more stylized looks she has selected for her fingers and lobes.

18K multi-sapphire brooch. 

$7,700

pagesargisson.com

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