With Mother’s Day fast approaching, now is a good time to start looking for gifts for the woman who brought you into this world.
My personal favorites (I hope my children are reading this…) are the coin pearl and diamond pendant seen here or this breathtaking sapphire and diamond ring, though a younger mother might prefer a ruby heart pendant or silver flower charm bracelet.
Hearts are always a nice gift for first time mothers, as they symbolize love both for the mother and the child. I especially like these eye-catching, white-gold diamond drop earrings.
Diamonds are a girl’s best friend, and the April birthstone, but for centuries, only nobility were able to own this beautiful gem. In the 13th century, Louis IX of France established a law reserving them only for kings. This changed as new mining techniques made diamonds more available and today they are more common, though still regarded as one of the world’s most important gems.
Often the ring chosen for engagements, the diamond has long been a token of affection. The ancient Greeks believed that the fire of a diamond reflected the flame of everlasting love, and in 1477, Archduke Maximilian of Austria gave a diamond ring to his fiancee, Mary of Burgundy thus beginning the tradition of presenting the diamond as a promise of marriage
For those already married, diamonds are also popular as anniversary gifts. It is said that diamonds bring wealth, happiness and protection to their owners.
There are so many dazzling options when shopping for diamonds, like a fabulous white gold and diamond ring or breathtaking blue and white diamond earrings.
Diamonds also look lovely on necklaces, such as this triple cluster pendant stunner, perfect for any occasion.