Every silver flower charm has its own meaning. The art of floriography was like a secret code between the reserved Victorians under the reign of Queen Victoria, enabling them to express innermost passions through plants and flowers. A posy became a coded message of love deciphered using one of the many floriography dictionaries of the day.
The collection includes a Forget-Me-Not charm, Daisy charm, Buttercup charm, Bluebell charm, Poppy charm and Lily Of The Valley charm,and also the wonderful sunflower charm, tulip charm & elegant frangipani plumeria flower charm - they each come with their own special meaning card.
In the language of flowers, the daisy means innocence and purity, while in Norse mythology it symbolises love, beauty and new beginnings. Let this daisy charm whisper its secrets to your heart or the heart of another, because this delicate, delightful daisy is a perfect gift.
A gorgeous summer time treat for anyone who takes pride in growing a garden filled with sunflowers, in the language of flowers, this sunflower charm means adoration, loyalty & longevity. These bold flowers radiate happiness and sunshine.
In Greek mythology, Demeter created the poppy so she could sleep. This was after the tragic loss of her daughter, Persephone. The twin brothers Hypnos and Thanatos were depicted with a crown of poppies.
Today, this poppy charm is our eternal symbol of remembrance.
Lily Of The Valley Charm
Every year the sweet scent of these pretty flowers reminds us of the beauty of nature, and in the language of flowers the Lily of the Valley symbolises the return of happiness. This charm will bring you happiness or let you bring happiness to another as it makes a perfect, treasured gift.
According to Mexican myth the gods were born from Frangipani flowers. In the language of flowers, the frangipani flower (also known as a plumeria) symbolises intense love - and as such is a popular choice for weddings and tropical celebrations.