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Saint Davis Founder Crafts a Floral Ode to His Devon Home


There’s no end to the amount of flower jewelry that can hold space in jewelry stores and jewelry boxes. Consumers never tire of blooms (and neither do we). Big, little, with gemstones or diamonds, in any type or combination of metals—there’s a flower for every taste, age, budget, and desire.

Saint Davis, a new London-based jewelry brand, has entered the market with its version of flowers, and the collection centers on one of my favorite varietals—the daisy.

Inspired by founder Daniel Saint-Davis’ memories from his childhood in Devon, England, the line is also peppered with cheerful Rubus (flowering plants that grow blackberries and raspberries) and helianthus (sunflower). The pieces, which originated as hand carvings, are made of sterling silver or 9k yellow gold.

Saint Davis Daisy Quattour ring
Daisy Quattour ring in sterling silver, $326
Saint Davis Rubus ring
Rubus ring in sterling silver, $326
Saint Davis Helianthus ring
Helianthus ring in 9k yellow gold, $1,369
Saint Davis Daisy Multa ring
Daisy Multa ring in sterling silver, $326

Saint Davis’ rings are gorgeously delicate but not dainty—stackable bands with a chunkiness to them that ensures impactful solo wear but also easy pairing. My favorite design is the signet-style oxeye daisy, with a thick band and a rounded floral top—it’s simply delightful.

Adorable daisy stud earrings and a pendant depicting a regal sunflower round out the collection, an everlasting garden that will surely stand the test of time, given our penchant for flowers always.

Saint Davis Oxeye daisy ring
Oxeye daisy ring in sterling silver, $326
Saint Davis Solas necklace
Solis necklace in 9k yellow gold, $1,238
Saint Davis Daisy stud earrings
Duplici daisy stud earrings in sterling silver, $228

“When I began piecing together the elements of Saint Davis, I wanted to weave my personal values throughout the brand,” Daniel Saint-Davis says on his brand’s website. “Firstly, sustainability and protecting the natural world when creating each design, which is why we produce our designs in small batches using recycled materials, considered packaging, and production offset practices. Secondly, family and feeling close to home, which is why my debut collection is inspired by home, and our logo is the handwriting of my mother—‘Saint’—and father—‘Davis’—combined.”

Top: Sterling silver floral rings by Saint Davis

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By: Brittany Siminitz

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