Last week saw people all over the world celebrate International Happiness Day, which got us thinking about what happiness is for us. So we thought we would share a few things in the hope that they will also make you smile and add a spring to your step.

Forget-Me-Not Pendant

Forget-Me-Not Pendant

Happiness is…our brand new Forget-Me-Not collection. The contrast in colours and textures make for a gorgeous, striking collection. Since the early 15th century, forget-me-nots have been worn as a sign of faithfulness and enduring love. In the Victorian ‘Language of Flowers’ it is the blossom that represents true love. These beautiful yellow gold pieces are set with sparkling blue topaz, symbolising love and affection.

Happiness is…our Mother’s Day displays at our Cardiff store. The billowing trees and blossoming rose graphics really accentuate the femininity and evolutionary values of our unique jewellery. The displays also incorporate some of our and our customers’ favourite items such as the Fairy locket, the Dwynwen pendant, Kensington ring, and beautiful Childhood charms.

Happiness is…celebrating Mother’s Day. For the last couple of weeks we have been sharing some great gift ideas that you will love to give and your mum will love to receive. Whether you’re a mum, mum-to-be, step-mum or mother-in-law or simply love your mum-in-a-million, every mother deserves to be spoilt on Mother’s Day with a gift that shows her how much she is loved and appreciated. And it makes us extremely happy to be a part of that celebration!

Happiness is…the beginning of spring, the start of a new season, the blossoming of new buds, and new life evolving. Rooted in the heart of Wales we are surrounded by breathtaking landscapes and are spoiled with incredible scenes right at our doorstep, so we would like to share them with you! We have recently started posting photos on our Instagram account which is our story in photos. So if you would like to see some different photos of our jewellery, events and indeed stunning pictures of our welsh landscape then head over and have a look –






Written by Rachel Roberts

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