Valentine’s Day is a wonderful time to show that special woman in your life how much she means to you. What you give is important. Flowers die. Chocolates have calories. Practical gifts are all wrong for this most romantic of holidays. Give her a truly meaningful gift. Give her jewelry. No matter if she likes traditional style or bold statement jewelry, we have the perfect gift to make her happy - now and every time she wears it. Here are nine fantastic Valentine’s Day gifts that your sweetie will love and some fun FAQ about them.
Diamond Pavé Heart Pendant
Fun FAQ - The heart shape is a universally recognized symbol of affection, love, and passion. It is considered the most romantic of all symbols.
The diamonds in our gorgeous heart shaped pendant will make her eyes sparkle. This versatile pendant can be worn for any occasion. The necklace looks lovely when worn alone or when it’s paired with other jewelry. Don’t be surprised if this diamond heart pendant becomes her favorite piece of jewelry!
Diamond Tennis Bracelet
Fun FAQ - The in-line diamond bracelet with matching diamonds was originally known as an eternity bracelet. It became known as a “tennis bracelet” when Chris Evert lost her diamond bracelet while playing at the 1987 U.S. Tennis Championships. She asked the officials to stop the game until she found it, and the game was suspended. After Chris’s mishap, this style became known as a tennis bracelet.
The diamond tennis bracelet has become a staple for every woman’s wardrobe. It can be worn alone, with more than one tennis bracelet, or mixed with her other gold bracelets. We carry tennis bracelets in a variety of diamond sizes to suit every budget.
Diamond Hugs and Kisses Ring
Fun FAQ - The meaning of “xoxo” as hugs and kisses is believed to have originated in the Middle Ages. In the Christian religion, letters were sealed with an X as a sign that the letter was sealed with a kiss of faith. The origin of the O to designate hugs is less clear. One story is that is looks like two people hugging. No one really knows. The same goes for saying “hugs and kisses” even when the X symbol is used first, XOX. It simply is what it is.
The hugs and kisses will be for you when you give her this contemporary diamond and gold Hugs and Kisses ring.
Fun FAQ - Elsa Peretti for Tiffany & Co originally designed the diamonds-by-the yard necklace. This style of necklace is made with smaller diamonds spaced apart on a chain. To keep the necklace flat against the skin, the diamonds are bezel set (the metal setting surrounds the entire diamond.) The name, diamonds-by-the-yard, refers to the the face that these necklaces can be made in any length.
We have designed our diamonds-by-the-yard necklaces with diamonds set in rose gold. For an understated look, they can be worn alone. They also look great when layered with other necklaces.
Diamond Infinity Hoop Earrings
Fun FAQ - Infinity once referred only to jewelry with the figure eight infinity symbol. Now infinity jewelry refers to continuous matching gems, which show no beginning or end. It is most often used to describe wedding and anniversary bands, as well as hoop earrings.
Our double Infinity hoop earrings, created in white gold, are set with diamonds on both the inside and outside of their hoops. These earrings beautifully catch the light and sparkle with any movement of the head. These infinity hoop earrings look fabulous with any outfit and are perfect for every occasion.
Diamond Teardrop Earrings
Fun FAQ - In the seventeenth century it was fashionable to wear pear (teardrop) shaped pendant earrings on strings or ribbons threaded through the earlobes and tied in bows. The wealthy wore two such earrings per ear. Fashionable gents wore similar earrings, but usually only in one ear.
If you give her these diamond and rose gold teardrop earrings, the only tears will be in her eyes! These earrings in rose gold offer a contemporary look that is truly pretty in pink.
Diamond Bangle Bracelet
Fun FAQ - Bangle bracelets are one of the oldest forms of jewelry and date back as far as 2600 B.C. The bangle is a rigid style metal bracelet the either slips over the hand or has a clasp. In many parts of India, bangle bracelets are considered very important as wedding jewelry. The number of 24K gold bangles indicates the value of the bride’s personal wealth and is not considered as part of her dowry.
Our modern interpretation of the bangle bracelet is designed in diamond pavé set in 14k rose gold. These bracelets can be worn alone or stacked with other bracelets.
Multi-gem and pearl rose gold necklace
Fun FAQ - The amethyst gemstone is believed by some to enhance creativity and passion. Pink tourmaline is said to help relieve depression, worry, and anxiety. Pearls are said to attract riches and good fortune.
The wearer of this piece will truly be charmed. Our very feminine necklace has amethyst and pink tourmaline drops, pearl stations, and is set in lovely rose gold.
Fun FAQ - The word filigree is from the ancient Latin word filum meaning thread and granum meaning grain. Filigree now refers to a style of delicate ornamentation created with twisted wires of precious metal.
We think you will agree that the beauty of this diamond and rose gold filigree ring is timeless.
Turley Jewelers, Miami, FL
We hope that we have given you some wonderful gift ideas for your special Valentine. We also hope you have enjoyed our fun FAQ. We invite you to visit our store in the picturesque Village of Pinecrest, in Miami, Florida. This year, forget the scented candles. Let us help you find the perfect gift of jewelry for your Valentine sweetheart.
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