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Primavera Gallery 20th c. Decorative Arts, Jewelry, Furniture Modern Furniture, Home Decor & Home Accessories | West Elm Canada Gothic Lolita Fashion Brand par Fanplusfriend Dictionary of symbols & meanings of antique, vintage & Victorian jewellery | Feel The Jewels News Blog Many jewellery items, especially pre 1930s antique ones, are covered in motifs and carved symbols like ivy leaves, insects, and animals. These aren’t just pretty embellishments; they have a real meaning. For example, a Victorian brooch that is decorated with ivy represents everlasting love, deep friendship or marriage, though if this brooch is also dotted with pearls it means it’s a mourning piece (pearls represent tears), so it would have been worn by someone who wanted to remember a departed loved one. It’s well worth the effort discovering this hidden symbolism behind jewellery – it can take our love of it to a whole new and deeper level. Here is an at-a-glance list of jewellery symbols to quickly help you identify hidden codes used in your vintage jewellery. A full list of flower meanings is at the bottom of the page. Acorn - fertility, immortality, strength. Anchor – hope, steadfastness. Angels – have many different meanings, mainly guidance and strength. Antlers – strength.

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