Valentine’s Day Collection
Happy Valentine's Day
Valentine’s day on the 14th February each year has evolved from a historical Saint’s day to the most romantic day of the year on which friends and lovers historically exchange messages and love tokens. Jewellery with its rich symbolism is one of the most popular, traditional and enduring gifts. Cupids, hearts and arrows, lockets with photos or messages, pansies intimating “think of me”, turquoise and the colour turquoise symbolising the forget me not, rubies passion, diamonds true love and pearls remembrance all convey a message of love. St Valentine was thought to wear an amethyst ring carved with an image of Cupid. There is no more romantic day to pledge your love with a beautiful authentic period diamond or gem engagement ring, while the anguish of love is clearly conveyed by the unusual intaglio ring depicting the Devil carrying Cupid on his back with the inscription “ Le diable emporte L’amour”, colloquially “Damn Love”.
“Think of me”. Love. An eloquent declaration of passion and a plea for love to be reciprocated. Discover more below.
Read further as to the colloquial meaning of the inscription:
The perfect country accessory.
Worn by the original IT girl Gladys Glad who knew her jewellery in her portrait by John Decker.
The perfect gift-of-love jewel - from yourself or another.
This delicate Art Deco bracelet with the always sought-after white diamond- black onyx combination will star in so many of your photos.
Individual distinctive elegant - and four times lucky.
Absolutely stunning. Glowing rich colour and almost invisible settings. You will never want to take them off.
Delicate flattery for so many occasions.
The Edwardian man excelled at understated elegance.
Neptune’s treasures for sea nymphs. Read further on the importance of natural pearls today.
An old jewellery adage says that a well made jewel will look as good from the back as the front. On that premise this flower is a very fine jewel indeed. Quietly spectacular. For the perfectionist.
The perfect summer earring- delicate drops, movement and colour.
A glowing rich colour in an authentic 1930s Art Deco ring.
Lovely colour combination and classic design
Authentic antique, vintage and estate jewellery
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