FLORA & FAUNA

Solitaire (Singapore) - - Facets -

Dec­o­ra­tive and sym­bolic, th­ese pieces are prized for their artistry and po­etic state­ments

1. You may call a rose by any other name but this beauty will al­ways be a favourite for sit­u­a­tions in­volv­ing new be­gin­nings.

2. Orchids are highly cov­eted for their del­i­cate beauty, sym­bol­is­ing lux­ury and strength.

3. Winged crea­tures sym­bol­ise life, hope, and change. But­ter­fly or drag­on­fly mo­tifs are good con­ver­sa­tion starters and are the per­fect ac­cents to a plain dress.

4. The ser­pen­tine is a univer­sal mo­tif that sym­bol­ises eter­nity. In Chi­nese de­signs, the ser­pen­tine ap­pears in the form of the dragon, which rep­re­sents power, pro­tec­tion and strength. Wear­ing a dragon pen­dant pro­motes longevity and pros­per­ity.

5. For gift giv­ing, no one can go wrong with dog-in­spired jew­ellery. And with the Year of the Dog just a few months away, you can be sure to be blessed with luck and love the whole year through.

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