"The jungle is dark but full of diamonds"
As the warmer months approach, creatures emerge from their winter caves to bask in the bright sun. We've collected a few of our favorite critters for their unique craftsmanship and design.
B U T T E R F L Y
The Butterfly, with her delicate wings and colorful spirit, has been recognized as a symbol of transformation, hope, and rebirth. A beautiful combination of diamonds, rubies, and sapphires creates this special brooch.
G I R A F F E
His long neck stretches above the trees to see far and wide. Giraffes are known for their knowledge, awareness, and guidance.
This piece is uniquely crafted in 18K yellow gold. Exquisitely detailed using enamel to add color and dimension, and accented with tiny diamonds.
"Each species is a masterpiece, a creation assembled with extreme care and genius."
I N S E C T
We have seen insects appear in art and literature for centuries, each species with its symbolism and lore. Overall insects have been known to represent highly revered traits such as cooperative, hardworking, and humility. This 14K yellow gold ring with enamel wings, pearl body, and diamond, will add a fun and playful element to any jewelry collection.
P A R R O T
"When Parrot Spirit Animal wings its way into your life, be on the lookout for fresh ideas and signals that indicate a new direction for your work, relationships, or spiritual pursuits."
Let this 18K yellow gold parrot perched on a sturdy gold chain bring fresh ideas and inspiration to your day.
"The dragon hides from the panther, fearful of its existence and deterred by the sweet breath." -Getty Museum
P A N T H E R
Throughout history, panthers have symbolized cunning and strength. In more recent times the panther has been considered a strong symbol of leadership and unity.
For Cartier, this feline is the icon of the house, symbolizing femininity and independence. Formed in 18K yellow gold and accented with stunning emerald eyes, this panther protects her beautiful sapphire.
S N A K E
One of the oldest mythological symbols, the snake has many associations. Some are dark, but many are linked to the life force. Some Native American tribes see the snake as a symbol of fertility for example. In Hindu mythology, it represents rebirth due to its shedding skin. In art, fashion, and jewelry design the snake has long been a source of inspiration.
Items such as this 14K rose gold ring with a diamond head and ruby eyes are just one example of using the snake to create a unique design. Or the vintage 18K yellow gold bracelet with emeralds makes an excellent statement piece.
Jewelry tends to make a person feel a certain way- whether it be confident, feminine, or elegant. Choosing a spirit animal should only enhance the beauty the wearer possesses.
Sources: Wikipedia, SpiritAnimal.com, Vogue FR, Getty Museum