Countess Daisy Bracelet

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We named this cheerful bracelet after Daisy Greville, the Countess of Warwick, and King Edward VII's favorite mistress. It's thought she inspired the hit song, A Bicycle Built for Two, written in 1892.

You'll find a midcentury West German glass cabochon in the bracelet's center depicting a daisy surrounded by spring forget-me-nots. 

The daisy button is ringed by two vintage pearl buttons hand-carved from Mississippi River mussel shells by the American Pearl Button Company of Washington, Iowa.
Read more on our Buttonology blog: Mighty Mississippi River Pearls.

In this piece:

  • Vintage glass cabochon made in West Germany
  • Two hand-carved Lady Washington mother-of-pearl buttons, made from Mississippi River mussel shells, circa 1950-1960
  • Two brass flower stampings made today in the USA in vintage dies
  • Two brass leaf connectors stamped today in the USA in vintage dies
  • Three brass-plated pewter settings cast today in the USA
  • Antiqued brass chain 
  • Length is adjustable from 7” to 8 1/2”

Shop the matching earrings: Countess Daisy Earrings

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