Personalised Tiny Oval Birth Flower Necklace
A small oval charm necklace engraved with the birth flower of your choice.
Need to Know
Inspired by the beauty of flowers, these hand-drawn flowers correspond to each month and each one carries its own special meaning. This delicate necklace is the perfect gift to wear your loved ones together. Personalise further by adding a name or date to the back.
This necklace also looks lovely with additional charms engraved with the birth flower of your children, or grand children.
Multiple charms will overlap when worn. If you would like to have more than two charms, please feel free to contact us and we will arrange this for you.
January: Snowdrop symbolises purity, eternity, truth and faith
February: Wild Violet symbolises loyalty, health, luck and wit
March: Daffodil symbolises new beginnings, honesty, loyalty and happiness
April: Daisy symbolises innocence, eternity, courage and hope
May: Lily of the Valley symbolises happiness, goodness, fidelity and love
June: Wild Rose symbolises love, nobility, beauty and peace
July: Waterlily symbolises peace, enthusiasm, strength and love
August: Poppy symbolises remembrance, success, peace and luck
September: Morning Glory symbolises affection, serenity and truth
October: Marigold symbolises optimism, wisdom, purity and hope
November: Chrysanthemum symbolises friendship, sincerity, courage and wisdom
December: Holly symbolises luck, prosperity, happiness and health
Product ID: 4808
Sterling Silver plated in 18ct gold
Chain Length 16 to 18 inches adjustable
(Custom lengths available on request)
Each piece of Birth Flower jewellery comes with a gift card illustrated with a gold foiled version of your chosen flower and a message describing its symbolic meaning.
At Button and Bean, we strive to offer excellent products and customer service. We want every one of our customers to be thrilled with their purchase from us.
We know how special each keepsake piece is, which is why we are committed to each piece of jewellery having a guarantee for up to two years from the date of purchase.
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