Brooch from made by Danish court jeweler Anton Michaelsen.
The story behind the Marguerit jewelry
the daisy series has a long history. Queen Margrethe's mother, Ingrid, was originally given a daisies jewelery by a Swedish jeweler as a wedding gift in 1935. The jewelry was also a reminder of Ingrid's mother, Margaret, who died just 15 years earlier. Margaret was called Daisy, which is the English term for the beautiful daisy flower - hence the name of the famous jewelry series.
When Queen Margrethe was born in 1940, she received a unique daisy brooch in baptism. Thus, the tradition was continued, and the queen is often seen wearing a daisy ornament on special occasions. Thus, the popular jewelry series has over the years gained a generous mark and has become a symbol of Denmark.
Unique and timeless design
One of the reasons the jewelry is still so popular is that it has a simple and timeless design that appeals to most women. Their natural and graceful expression persists and never goes out of fashion.
At the same time, many women also connect the jewelery with a special history and tradition. They have been given as a gift over several generations - a tradition that is likely to continue for many years to come.
The daisy flower is also the national flower of Denmark. It is seen as a symbol of naturalness, and with its beautiful white leaves and yellow core it is associated by many with something joyful, adorable and beautiful. And which woman will not express these values? These are values that appeal to women of all ages. Yes, they have become almost synonymous with being a woman.
- Anton Michaelsen
- 3,2 cm
- Total Weight
- 10 g
- Good condition - used with some signs of wear