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Sunflower Day Pendant 1-sided
This delicate silver pendant on a silver chain features the wild Kansas sunflower in daylight. The wild sunflower, the vibrant Helianthus, was adopted in 1903 as the state flower. Today the plant has become an important crop and a popular symbol of the state. The pendant 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


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