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Valentine's Gift Ideas

Looking for a gift for someone special? The wonderful thing about jewellery is it's so much more than just ornamental.

Valentine's Day traditionally was the celebration of romance and love. More recently this has also become a day to celebrate friendship. In some folk traditions, it is also a day to welcome Spring. Whatever it means to you, if you are looking for a gift, here are a few ideas with some appropriate meanings behind them. 


The timeless classic

Rose: The flower has long been symbol of love and romance, with Ancient Greeks associating the flower with the goddess Aphrodite. See Rose Jewellery.

Rambling Rose Necklace, Gift Boxed


Thinking of You

Pansy: The name pansy is derived from the French word pensée meaning thought and now represents free-thinking, remembrance and consideration for others. This flower was also used in Victorian bouquets to send the message ‘thinking of you’ to a lover. See Pansy Jewellery.

Pansy Necklaces

A Mate for Life

Swan: The name Swan comes from ‘swen’ meaning to sound or to sing. Swans mate for life, this coupled with the heart shape they make when facing each other, means they have become a symbol of love and fidelity. See Swan Jewellery.

Swans Heart Necklace

The Romance Flower

Daphne: Daphne typically blooms in mid February, close to St Valentine’s Day, so it is sometimes referred to as the romance plant. See Daphne Jewellery.Daphne ring

Everlasting Love

Bluebell: A spring flower found in beautiful displays throughout woodland, the bluebell is said to symbolise humility, constancy, gratitude and everlasting love. See Bluebell Jewellery.

Bluebell necklace


Periwinkle: The periwinkle is the flower of friendship. Also a symbol of strength and longevity, the flower is given to newlyweds in some cultures. See Periwinkle jewellery.

Perwinkle necklace


A love of Spring time

Daffodil: The daffodil has come to be held as symbol of new beginnings as it indicates the coming of Spring, being one of the first perennials to bloom after the winter frost. See Daffodil Jewellery.

Want more ideas? See the full round up of Valentine's Gift Ideas

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