In Old English, the daisy was referred to as “day's eye”, because daisies only open their petals during the daytime. The phrase “as fresh as a daisy” was derived from this, meaning that someone has had a good night's rest.
The daisy represents innocence and new beginnings. In Hamlet, Shakespeare used a daisy chain to symbolise Ophelia's innocence.
Metal:14ct yellow gold plating on the centre, sterling silver daisy petals