It is said that pearls are the tears of heaven caught by the ocean, or simply the delicate reflection of the moon.
This bead is set with an opal symbolizing loyalty, an amethyst symbolizing peace of mind and a garnet symbolizing devotion and grace.
Five precious stones, which together symbolize wisdom. An opal for loyalty, an amethyst for peace of mind, a garnet for devotion and grace, a turquoise for courage and success, and a lapis lazuli for competence.
It's classical and romantic; white freshwater pearls wrapped in silver hydrangea combine to make this unique bead.
We all know that it is a sign of good fortune to find a four leaf clover. However, in fairyland, luck will surround you if you find an oyster hiding three black pearls within its protective shell.
"If truth doesn't include passion, it is reduced to mere facts. It only becomes poetry when it is permeated by passion of the heart." - Allamar Iqbal
The pearl is a cultured freshwater pearl.
This hard, beautiful stone from Africa and the Far East will dazzle your bracelet.
The natural freshwater pearl, a symbol of simplistic beauty; here, in its natural sphere shape, to dazzle your bracelet.
Hidden in the stems of snowdrops is a pearl. Not sure if it's too cold to come out, it sits persistent, ambitious and patient. It is the birth flower of January.
With humility the violet lives independently, creative and very entertaining, representing the births of February. In luminous purple the violet shouts with conviction “I’ll always be true” while supporting the pearl of beauty
Representing optimism, generosity and honesty the birth flower of March, daffodil, wraps itself around a freshwater pearl with the hidden message “You are an angel”.
The birth flower of April conveys innocence, loyal love, and purity. The daisy is good at keeping secrets whispering, "I'll never tell". Concealing its good friend, the pearl, in plain sight to protect its beauty.
Hiding among the leaves of a buckthorn is a precious pearl of beauty. This birth flower of May represents hope and happiness, only wishing the best for all.
Different colour roses have different meanings, but they are all inquisitive, clever and versatile and represent the birth flower of June, with love and beauty hiding a freshwater pearl between its leaves.
The first flower mentioned in the world of literature is the water lily, the flower of July, symbolizing the perfect beauty. Shielding a pearl beneath its petals to protect another symbol of beauty, the freshwater pearl.
Typically dressed in red the poppy stands for imagination and is native in almost every country. This August birth flower holds a freshwater pearl as a symbol of beauty.
Here a pearl hides among the leaves of the flowers as a symbol of beauty. Bindweed symbolizes devoted relations, faithfulness and represents the birth flower of September.
The calendula is charming and pleasant by nature, but don’t be fooled by its beauty, as it holds the freshwater pearl. The calendula, as the October children, has much perspective and refinement in its movements through life.
With love and cheerfulness the November birth flower brings the message "You're a Wonderful Friend" in a whispery tone. Focused, determined and a bit emotional the chrysanthemum holds a pearl in its center to symbolize beauty.
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