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A Collection of Daffodil and Sunflower Earrings

A Collection of Daffodil and Sunflower Earrings

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A collection of Daffodil and Sunflower Earrings. Keep the cherry colors of blooming seasons with you all year long.

  1. Lemon Shield Dangles with Citrine - bronze ear wire
  2. Sunflower Shield Dangles - bronze ear wire
  3. Daffodil Chain Dangles - sterling silver ear wire

Beautify your look with one or both of these lovely necklaces. Choice one is a Horizontal Shield Necklace featuring an image of a sunflower with a citrine drop, it is adjustable 20-22" and suspended from bronze chain. The second option is a Victoria Necklace with an image of a white daffodil accented with a moonstone drop, it is adjustable 16-18" and also suspended from bronze chain.

Emanuel Sweerts (1552–1612) was a Dutch pharmacist, botanist, and publisher known for his significant contributions to the field of botany during the late 16th and early 17th centuries. Sweerts played a pivotal role in popularizing the study of plants and their illustrations.

One of his notable works is the "Florilegium" titled "Florum et Coronariarum Odoratarumque nonnullarum Herbarum Historia," which translates to "A History of Flowers, Garlands, and of Some Fragrant and Other Herbs." Published in 1612, posthumously after Sweerts' death, this florilegium was an illustrated collection of flowers and plants, featuring detailed botanical illustrations accompanied by descriptions. The term "florilegium" refers to a compilation of botanical illustrations, often accompanied by written descriptions or commentaries.

Sweerts' "Florilegium" was a significant contribution to the botanical literature of its time, reflecting the growing interest in the study of plants and their aesthetics during the Renaissance. His work, combining scientific accuracy with artistic beauty, paved the way for future generations of botanists and illustrators, leaving an enduring impact on the history of botanical illustration.

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