Remember the Sweethearts candies that everyone had at Valentine’s Day? They used to just have a few messages. “Love You,” “XOXO,” but now we see new hearts popping up, “Text Me,” “Tweet Me.” Valentine’s Day seems to be an ever-evolving celebration of love and passion possibly dating back to the 14th century in poetry. In the 18th century, it is said that the English were the first to express their love with flowers, sweets and cards. And today, it is still evolving with couples celebrating with dinner dates, chocolates, jewelry and tweets. We have put together some Valentine’s appropriate pieces for you to celebrate the evolution of your relationship and this day devoted to love.
Our Rose and White Gold Loving Embrace Pendant is a timeless Valentine’s Gift – the heart being an obvious symbol for the occasion but also our Embrace design which gracefully hugs a brilliant cut diamond.
Our Diamond Rolling Ring is a gorgeous and simple piece that carefully incorporates two bands – two lives together.
Valentine’s Day may not be HIS favorite holiday, but why not change that and surprise him with an incredibly crafted unique pen from our William Henry Collection – the Chablis1201.
These Multi Colored Diamond Post Earrings are fun and versatile and will absolutely delight the lucky lady who opens them.
No color represents Valentine’s Day more than red. Our Ruby and Diamond Ridge Ring Band combines the deep red of a ruby and brilliant diamonds in one of our most popular ring designs.
Perhaps your partner lost his ring years ago (it happens!)? Or maybe he is ready for a more interesting design? Why not surprise him on Valentine’s Day with this Woven Inset Band ?
Whether gold bangles of sterling silver cuffs, bracelets are always a winning gift. Please come visit us to see an even larger selection in the store.
Our Pink and Purple Sapphire Lyric Ring screams fun, love and happiness for a Valentine’s Day that she’ll never forget!
Whatever you may choose to give – a card, a poem, flowers, or jewelry, we wish you much love on February 14th.