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The name "Chrysanthemum" is derived from the Greek words chrysos (gold) and anthemon (flower). Symbolising optimism, joy, longevity and abundance.
In honour of this flower the Festival of Happiness known as Chrysanthemum Day in Japan celebrated every year on the 9th September since 910, the abundant golden Chrysanthemum petals are representative of glorious sun rays.
This collection is inspired by the "Leading Lady" Chrysanthemum, elegant, beautiful and tough, these vibrant luscious blooms are designed to take centre stage.
Each petal is individually made by hand and soldered together to form each Chrysanthemum, Pyrite is set amidst the petals.
Please note: This photo is for illustrative purposes only, each piece of jewellery is uniquely one-of-a-kind and custom made to order therefore the size, shape and texture of the stones and forms will vary.
Designed and handmade in London.
All measurements are approximate and will vary slightly as each item is handmade.
Ring Embellishment (Chrysanthemum) Measurements: 25 x 25 mm (0.98") approx.
Ring Band - ADJUSTABLE Fits Sizes L-O UK (6-7 1/2 US)
Ring Band - FIXED Sizes F-Z UK (3-13 US)
For more information see our: Ring Size Guide
To measure an existing ring download our: Ring Size Measurer(PDF File 93 KB)
If there are any other sizes that you require please get in touch. We'd be happy to assist.
Please note: Each ring is made to order. See our Terms & Conditions before ordering, by placing an order you are accepting our Terms & Conditions.
Bronze will take up to 1-2 weeks to make (+ Delivery Time).
Silver and Vermeil will take up to 2-3 weeks to make (+ Delivery Time).
Gold will take up to 3-4 weeks to make (+ Delivery Time).
If you need this item urgently, please contact us and we'll see what we can do.
Available in the following metals:
Embellishment (Chrysanthemum) Size (25 x 25 mm approx.)
- Bronze £85
- Silver £180
- 18k Gold Vermeil £230
- 14k Yellow Gold £1,275
- 14k White Gold £1,315
- 18k Yellow Gold £1,500
- 18k White Gold £1,540
For more information see our: Metal Guide