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Day Nite Sunflower Pendant
This sterling silver sunflower pendant on an 18-inch silver chain is styled from a paving brick used on many Kansas streets in early 20th century. The bright golden and brown wild sunflower was adopted as Kansas’ state flower in 1903. The two-sided pendant depicts day and night, and was designed, cast, and finished with careful attention to the smallest details. By Collins Jewelry Design of Lawrence, Kansas.

.75 inch
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Bill Collins began designing for fine jewelry manufacturers in northern California. In 1991 the family returned to Lawrence, Kansas, where he makes wonderful pieces for customers. Read more

Item #007286