The basic principle concerning one who vows to give something in charity without specifying a recipient is that he should give it to the poor and needy, and those who take from zakaah because of their need, because they are the people who are entitled to charity; poor relatives are more entitled to it than poor strangers. See al-Mughni. 8/209
Shaykh al-Islam Ibn Taymiyah said in al-Fataawa al-Kubra (5/554):
If he vows to give some wealth in charity, he should give it to those who are entitled to zakaah. End quote.
Based on that, if the sisters asked about are poor and needy, it is permissible to give the jewellery to them, unless the questioner intended to give the charity to specific poor people.
The Standing Committee for Issuing Fatwas was asked: I made a vow and I fulfilled it, but I gave to my brothers and sisters, who are poor. Have I fulfilled my vow? Please note that I vowed that if Allaah blessed me with such and such, I would give a month’s salary.
If you mentioned the poor in your vow without specifying anyone in particular, then your poor brothers and sisters are more entitled to it than anyone else, so there is nothing wrong with what you have done. But if you specified a certain type or intended such in your vow, then it is not permissible to give what you vowed to anyone else, and you have to give the equivalent of what you gave to your siblings to the poor to whom you intended to give. End quote.
Fataawa al-Lajnah al-Daa’imah, 23/391
And Allaah knows best.