A large, round orange vegetable popular at Thanksgiving and Halloween, 'pumpkin' is also a term of endearment, which derives from the Greek word 'pepōn', meaning 'ripe'.
If you use the word pumpkin as a term of endearment for your SO, or you are bored of hearts and flowers and looking for something more original, then this charm is perfect.
A customary gift for a departing loved one to ensure a swift return, a traditional gift for a 2nd or 18th wedding anniversary and a symbol for love and passion, these beautiful deep red gemstones enjoy a rich and varied history.
This particular type of clam shell is named after Venus, the Roman goddess of love, which makes this charm an excellent engagement or honeymoon gift. The freshwater pearl nestled inside is understood to bring Good Luck & a sense of calm to the wearer, making it a perfect talisman for nervous brides-to-be!
Roses are synonymous with love, but rose buds are symbolic of the potential and uncharted possibility that new love holds.
If you are celebrating your first Valentine's Day with a new partner, this rose bud charm is an expression of your desire for a future together.
Inspired by the Echeveria Minima succulent (a plant that enjoys sunshine and the occasional drink, just like we do) this charm is perfect for anyone who is managing to thrive in adversity.
If the love of your life has had a tough time recently, but has weathered the storm and come out smiling, this charm will remind them that you will always be there for them in adversity, even if they seem strong enough not to need you sometimes!