For My Vintage Valentine
inFebruary 3, 2012 - 12:31pm
Valentine’s Day conjures up images of gifts emblazoned with hearts and flowers, gifts in the passionate colors of pink and red and shades of purple. Ruby Lane has a great selection of jewelry for your Valentine, and you can find hearts and flowers crafted in gold and silver, set with gemstones in these great Valentine’s Day colors!
Here is a piece that would be a wonderful thought for a Valentine’s gift for anyone born in February. The stone, Amethyst, is used as the birthstone for February. The flower, the violet, is used as the birth flower for the month. Why settle for flowers that wither away, when you can give a bloom that will last forever, crafted in 14 karat gold? The beautiful purple colors are associated with love and passion!
For those not born in February-or if purple is just not the right color-there are some other great colors for Valentines Day, like the traditional reds and pinks. How about a daisy set with glowing red Rubies? Accented with green Emerald leaves, and framed in blue Sapphires, this piece can serve as a pendant or as a pin!
Can’t decide between red and pink? Not sure of the right shade? This set features a heart shaped pin that says your heart is hers in multicolored rhinestones.
For the slightly shy, here is a piece that let’s Cupid himself deliver the flowers for you!
We could go on and on, because the shops on Ruby Lane are full of wonderful jewelry items for Valentine’s Day. Antique and vintage lockets, shaped like hearts, can be found decorated with beautiful repousse or enamel flowers. Cupids, and their arrows, adorn all sorts of pins and pendants. Pinks and purples and reds can be found in every shade, in pieces created with Amethyst, Ruby, Tourmaline, Garnet, Spinel, Topaz, Kunzite, and Sapphire. You can find the perfect way to express your feelings with a petite antique piece, a bold retro vintage gem, or a handcrafted Artisan creation, from the great shops on Ruby Lane.