Jewellery with Meaning
Inspired by people - our Biography Collection allows you to adorn jewellery with meaning. Discover our array of charm accessories as unique as you are. Treat yourself or a loved one to keepsake jewellery that best represents your personality. Click on any of the images below to learn more about our Biography icons & symbols.
- In many cultures, the butterfly is associated with the soul and therefore is a deep and meaningful representation of life. Not only this, but a butterfly is seen as a symbol of transformation and change.
- Since the 20th Century, Tulips have been widely accepted as the symbol of “perfect love”. As heralds of spring, Tulips are also associated with new life.
- For centuries many folk cultures and traditions have assigned symbolic meanings to flowers - this is known as Floriography or “the language of flowers”. Flowers within art are also representative of the female form and therefore symbolises women’s empowerment.
- Whether it be religious, spiritual or otherwise, across the world angels are regarded as symbols of communication and protection.
- An obvious symbol for love, the heart is a metaphorical representation of a person’s deepest emotions. It includes feelings of affection and especially - but not exclusively, romantic love.
- The Owl is sacred to the Greek goddess of learning - Athena, and so is an associated symbol of wisdom, intuitive intelligence and wealth.
- This sign is used in musical notation, and is more accurately known as a “quaver”. It is a simple icon also used in popular culture to represent one’s love for the world of music. “Music serves to heal the soul.”
- Pixies, along with fairies and sprites, are mythical creatures of folklore, often associated with mischief, magic and the spiritual realm. Throughout history and literature, their form and temperaments have denoted spirituality, female strength, nature and imagination.
- This is a mathematical icon representing infinity. In popular culture, it has become a renown symbol of eternity, empowerment, devotion and everlasting love.
- Not just simply a symbol of our love for this domestic creature - the cat carries many meanings, usually revolving around balance, patience, curiosity and adventure.
- Apples have appeared in religion, folktales and mythology throughout history. It is often used as a symbolic representation of knowledge, purity and goodwill.
- Dancing articulates creativity, happiness and joys of the heart. The dancer symbol can mean something entirely different to each individual - whether it be self expression, freedom or poise, it is an endless symbol of unique personality traits.