Meanings/Symbolism

Meanings/Representations

Pearls: Pearls symbolize wisdom acquired through experience. They are believed to attract wealth and luck as well as offer protection. ... The pearl is also said to symbolize the purity, generosity, integrity, and loyalty of its wearer

Pearl Colors: 

White Pearls: White pearls symbolize innocence, beauty, sincerity, and new beginnings. This is what makes the white pearl a true classic for bridal jewelry. It's the most common pearl that you'll see used in any sort of jewelry today. 

Black Pearls: Black pearls are one of the most mysterious-looking of all colored pearls. Black pearls represent mystery, independence, strength, and riches. These pearls are great for women with a bit of edge to their style. 

Pink Pearls: Pink pearls represent energy, success, fame, romance, and good fortune. They are soft and romantic in color. Pink pearls make for great graduation gifts because of their promise for the future!

Purple Pearls: Purple pearls symbolize artistic, wisdom, complexity, nobility, and passion. Purple pearls are great for those in the teaching and philosophy professions where education is paramount.

Blue Pearls: Blue pearls represent truth, tranquility, trust, and courage. Give a blue pearl to someone who needs strength in their life or who appreciates the peaceful and tranquil moments.

Green Pearls: Green pearls are absolutely beautiful and unique in color. Green pearls represent balance, nature, hope, growth, and renewal. They are perfect for someone who is ready to start a new chapter in life or who is inspired to continue their personal growth. 

Yellow Pearls: Yellow pearls symbolize creativity, optimism, clarity, and happiness. Their cheerful color is perfect for someone who takes the time to make sure they are living their life to the fullest! 

Gold Pearls: Gold pearls, like many gold things in our world, represent wealth and prosperity.

Chocolate Pearls: Chocolate pearls are rich and luxurious-looking. Chocolate pearls symbolize harmony and dependability, healing, comfort and protection. They make for great gifts to the person you've always been able to rely on to get you through life. 

 

Pendants:

Awarness Ribbon: Since the list of causes is ever growing I have linked to Disabled World website and links to their ribbon color meanings

Lotus Flower:

White - Purity

Pink - Devotion

Red - Ascension

Purple - Enlightment

Blue- Rebirth

Green - Self Improvement

Dragonfly: Legend says that dragonflies carry the spirits of our loved ones so they can visit us

Cross: The cross is most well known in its Christian context as a symbol of sacrifice and salvation in reference to Jesus's death by crucifixion upon a cross. Many wear this symbol as an indication of commitment to the Christian faith. The cross is also believed to protect wearers from the evil spirit.

Elephant: Deals primarily with strength, honor, stability and tenacity, among other attributes

Heart: affection and love, especially romantic love.

Turtle: In Daoist art, the tortoise is an emblem of the triad of earth-humankind-heaven. The tortoise is a symbol of longevity, with a potential lifespan of ten thousand years. Due to its longevity, a symbol of a turtle was often used during burials.

Horse: The horse is a universal symbol of freedom without restraint, because riding a horsemade people feel they could free themselves from their own bindings. Also linked with riding horses, they are symbols of travel, movement, and desire.

Frog: The symbolism for this idea stems from the tadpole's similarity to a male sperm. Sperm is the “fertilizer” which helps bring about life – hence abundance of all types are accredited to Frog's symbolic meaning.

Bull: The bull symbolizes fighting ability and male fertility while the symbol of the bull stands for valor and magnanimity ever since the prehistoric times.

Key Heart: Gift a friend or loved-one a piece of lock and key jewellery, and it means you are gifting them a piece of your fidelity. In return, you wish (and hopefully, will get) the key to their heart. Indeed, a key gifted to a loved-one signifies that you are actually holding the key to their heart.

Owl: The ancient Greeks revered the goddess Athena, who was supposed to be the goddess of wisdom and guardian of the Acropolis. Her symbol was the owl, so the bird became asymbol of higher wisdom. The owl was a bird of prophecy and wisdom in many ancient cultures

Paw: Memorialize a pet

Hummingbird: It is not commonly known that the fluttering wings of thehummingbird move in the pattern of an infinity symbol - further solidifying their symbolism of eternity, continuity, and infinity. ... The prime message of the hummingbird animal totem is: "The sweetest nectar is within!"

Dolphin: Greek mythology tells us that Dolphin Spirit carries the spirits of the dead to the next reality. From a symbolic standpoint this gives Dolphin the additional meaning of rebirth and renewal. ... Throughout the process of change, Dolphin provides courage, self-confidence, virtue and strength to endure tumultuous waters.

Flower:

Blue Flowers: The pale blue hues of a hydrangea or the deep blues of an iris can calm worries and preoccupation representing peace, openness, and serenity, fresh floral arrangements filled with blue flowers offers a cooling antidote to anxiousness

Pink Flowers: Think pink and you think of grace, gentility, and happiness. Regardless of the shape of the flower – from the tight, small buds of a pink garden rose to the delicate, open petals of a pink caellia in full bloom – pink blossoms convey youth, innocence, and joy

Purple Flowers: With its origins tied to royalty and ceremony, purple flowers represent dignity, pride and success. Whether grouped alone in a bold range of rich hues or mixed in with other colors to provide depth and contrast, an arrangement filled with purple blooms represents accomplishment and admiration. 

Red Flowers: There’s an indisputable energy to the color red – an energy that has the power to transform an otherwise unassuming flower into the essence of desire, strength, and passionate love. With beauty, courage and heat as its symbolism, it’s no surprise that a bouquet filled with rich, red blooms knows no restraint.

White Flowers: Often associated with innocence, humility, and reverence, white flowers evoke simple beauty. Whether they take their shape as the luxurious, silk petals of fragrant gardenias, the small, white bells of a lily of the valley, or the quiet drama of a dozen white roses, fresh floral arrangement dominated by white blossoms conveys modesty and elegance.

Yellow Flowers: There’s a good reason why it can feel all but impossible to refrain from smiling when you spot a bouquet of bright daffodils or a pot filled with sun-drenched chrysanthemums–the color yellow evokes feelings of joy and lightheartedness. Also a symbol of friendship, a bouquet bursting with yellow blooms sends a message of new beginnings and happiness.

Orange Flowers: Sending a seasonal spring plant is a nice and appropriate gesture to send to a grieving family. It can be enjoyed indoors and when they feel up to it they can plant it in their garden. This hardy plant that will grow in almost any soil that is kept moist, and the mophead hydrangeas will continue to bloom for many years. The hydragea is a gift of thanks in repayment for understanding and is given as a gesture of heartfelt sincerity. 

Green Flowers: Synonymous with nature–and the perfect complement to any other bloom–the color green represents health, resilience, good fortune and youth. Whether used to throw together a diverse mixture of shapes and hues or as a restful tone-on-tone bouquet, green flowers send a message of optimism and renewal.

Lavender Flowers: While purple is the color of royalty, and pink the color of youth, lavender is femininity all grown up. Representing refinement, grace, and elegance, lavender holds an almost sacred place in nature - with violet flowers often considered the most delicate and precious. An arrangement filled with these genteel blossoms send a message of feminine beauty.

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