Bird Jewelry Collection From Nature and the Imagination

Bird Jewelry Collection From Nature and the Imagination features an eclectic collection of birds.  They are some of the most incredible creatures on earth—unique gifts to capture a moment and turn it into a lasting memory.

  • This is an extensive collection for you
  • It includes songbirds, hunting birds, game birds, and birds from myth and legends, such as the Phoenix

Birds have been common in jewelry since antiquity.

Due to their ability to soar into the skies, birds are widely regarded as symbols of freedom and eternity. Throughout history, Bird symbolism is found in various cultures, religions, and traditions around the world. Every bird is unique and represents different aspects of our lives, nature, and the unknown world.

Birds have had different meanings throughout history. Their meanings are fascinating

Swallows are known to mate for life, and they always return to their nests after a period of absence. As a result, they were frequently used to represent love and constancy across both distance and time. On their wedding day, jewelry with swallows was often given to young couples or exchanged between them, and it was worn by both men and women

Eagles have historically been used to represent nobility, strength, courage, and power. As the ‘King of Birds’ in many cultures, it is perhaps unsurprising that it has been used to represent empire and ruling authority worldwide, from the Roman and Carolingian Empires to the Holy Roman Empire and Napoleon’s reign. As the patron animal of the ancient Greek god Zeus, the eagle has long been associated with royalty and divinity.

Peacocks have always been symbols of many different things, with their symbolism dating back thousands of years. Western folklore is sometimes associated with pride and vanity, whereas they personified beauty and nobility in China. They are also known as symbols of immortality, protection, and guidance in Greek and Roman mythology and have been for many centuries.

Owls have been used in sculptures, models, jewelry, and even memorial stones for centuries. While some cultures regard owls as supernatural creatures and heralds of death, many others have used the owl to symbolize wisdom for centuries. In addition, they are often associated with a fierce type of battle intelligence because they are nocturnal and strategic hunters.

Nests were frequently used in jewelry given as lovers’ tokens, implying a shared future or a dedication to family and home. From 1830 to 1850, the motif of a pair of birds on a branch or in a nest was very popular in French jewelry.

 

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