For mums with a heart of gold

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. Go on, you know she deserves it!

For mum’s with a heart of gold

What can we say that you don’t already know – your mum is obviously a mum-in-a-million and what better way to acknowledge this than with one of our beautiful gold heart pendants. You know her best so we’ll leave the choice to you. Here are a few suggestions to get you thinking…

One of our most popular pendants of all, the Fairy locket; inspired by ancient tales of Welsh fairies, this 9ct yellow and rose gold Fairy locket is one of the most intricate and beautiful pieces we’ve ever created.

For mums who are a true romantic at heart, our Dwynwen pendant is perfect. Dwynwen is the Welsh patron saint of Friendship and Love. Three wishes, granted to Dwynwen by an Angel who visited her in a dream, are represented by the three points in this beautiful collection. The first wish restored her love, in the second, she asked God to meet the hopes and dreams of true lovers. The third wish was to devote the rest of her life in thanks for all she had been granted. The Angel also gave Dwynwen a potion to forget past hurt, symbolised by the shimmering opal at the centre of this beautifully handcrafted pendant.

Or perhaps for mums who really are at one with nature and appreciate its power and continuity, our Tree of Life cross pendant will make her smile. Our distinctive Tree of Life collection symbolises the evolution of nature, which Charles Darwin expressed as a metaphor he termed the Tree of Life. Here, a combination of berries, leaves and vines represent new life forms that intertwine and evolve from the old, creating ever more beautiful natural shapes.

We hope we have given you some useful Mother’s Day gift ideas. Head over to our website to see more of our unique jewellery that will truly make your mum smile this year!

Written by Rachel Roberts

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