Valentine's Day jewellery for men and women. Giving jewellery on Valentine's Day, February 14th, is one of the most beautiful gifts you can give to your couple for what it represents: it is very special and meaningful. All our products are handmade and of the highest quality.
Lovely bracelet in sterling silver, forced links, small hearts charms and balls, snaplink clasp with adjustable small chain, discreet, very comfortable. Trendy and timeless jewel for women.
Original half spiral earrings with guilloche pattern, mounted in 750 (18 carat) yellow gold, massive, handmade. To be worn with a part behind the lobe, with safety catch. Original and timeless designer jewellery in limited edition.
Small earrings with snake-shaped and smooth tail in yellow gold 750 (18 carats), set with 2 diamonds on each head, discreet earrings and very pleasant to wear. It can be worn from several positions, push-button clasp with safety catch. Timeless jewellery for young people, women and children. High quality manufacturing.
Pendant number 14 cut out of yellow gold 750 (18 carats), the part of the number is rhodium-plated for a two-tone effect, two small zircons are set on the number. Rectangular shape with hinged clasp, solid, discreet pendant. Ideal as a Valentine's Day gift, to mark a date or for those born on the 14th. For other numbers, please contact us.
Very beautiful wedding ring Vis model set with a small round brilliant cut diamond of first choice, yellow gold 750 thousandth (18 carats), massive, handmade, flat. It can be worn as a wedding ring or ring, mixed jewel for man and woman. High quality manufacturing. For other sizes, please contact us. Free engraving.
Valentine's Day is celebrated in many countries around the world, but you probably don't know the real origin of this event.
This event originated in Rome and dates back to the 3rd century. Valentine, a priest, defied the orders of the Roman Emperor Claudius II, who had forbidden youthful marriages on the grounds that bachelors without families made better soldiers.
Valentine was imprisoned by order of Claudius II and the person in charge of this task, the officer Asterius, wanted to test Valentine and asked him to restore his daughter's sight.
Valentine restored her sight and Asterius adopted Christianity as their religion. However, Claudius II ordered the martyrdom and execution of Valentine on February 14th 270 AD.
For restoring her sight, Asterius' daughter planted an almond tree with pink flowers next to Valentine's grave and for this reason the tree is now considered a symbol of love.
Now that you know the origin of Valentine's Day, you will also like to know the best gifts you can give this day. In our catalogue you will find necklaces, pendants, bracelets, rings and earrings. Also you can offer diamonds, gemstones, fine stones and cultured pearls of the highest quality.