When it comes to jewellery, symbols and designs often hold deeper meaning than just their aesthetic value. From ancient cultures to modern-day fashion, jewellery has been used to communicate beliefs, values, and cultural heritage.
The Evil Eye: The evil eye symbol is believed to ward off negative energy and protect the wearer from harm. It is commonly found in Turkish and Greek jewellery and can be seen in the form of a blue bead or a pendant with an eye-like design. It is also used to attract good luck, positive energy, and protect from negative influences.
The Daisy: The daisy symbolizes innocence and purity and is often used in floral-inspired jewellery designs. It can also be a symbol of loyalty. As per the old saying “he loves me, he loves me not” as the petals of a daisy flower are plucked one by one.
Four Leaf Clover: The four-leaf clover is a symbol of good luck and is often used in jewellery designs. It is also considered a symbol of good fortune and happiness, and can make a great gift for someone who is going through a tough time. The rarity of finding a four-leaf clover makes it a symbol of rare fortune and good luck.
Roman Numeral: Roman numerals jewellery looks quite timeless and sophisticated. The use of Roman numerals gives jewellery a vintage and elegant feel, making them perfect for special occasions and milestones. They are a way to mark a specific moment, and make it unique and sentimental.