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The season of giving is barely behind us and we’re already looking ahead to one of the most celebrated “gifting days” of the year – Valentine’s Day!

But don’t panic, we’ve got your back. We’ve pre-selected some of our best gifts for lovers – men and women alike – and with colours and causes like these, what’s not to love?!

This is our Valentine’s Day gift guide – a few ideas for beaded jewellery and charity bracelets to be given as gifts to those you love the most. 

White Turquoise

This stone is for strength and self-acceptance. It is one of the most powerful in the gemstone family and its white and grey colouration, paired with a brass tribal charm, make it one of our most loved for men and women. Its natural colouration varies, so some are more grey-veined and others are pure white. It comes in three sizes – S, M, and L – and it is perfect worn on its own as a statement piece or stacked with a bunch of other bracelets. 

Blue and White Turquoise Stack

Sticking with the all-powerful Turquoise stone, this pair of bracelets showcases the classic blue and white Turquoise variations. Each string of beads is interspersed with little brass stoppers, giving these bracelets a bit of rustic glam. They look amazing together and each one brings a special essence – blue Turquoise symbolises friendship and stimulates love, while white Turquoise is a purifier. 

Chakra Stack

This six-string stack is the ultimate offering. It represents the wheel of energy in the body, each bracelet designed to represent and communicate with a certain chakra. From head to toe, this colourful, powerful stack of semi-precious gems is a joy to give or receive. Sending this to someone special is a gesture of love and care and it can only be given with the purest of intentions. What a treat!

Vatuvara Foundation Charity Bracelet

This Aquamarine, adjustable charity bracelet is a firm favourite. The colour of this stone is beautiful lilac, beaded along with silver charms, and it is paired with a silver turtle bracelet on a knotted string. It is all about creating awareness and supporting the restoration of Fijian coral reefs and marine biodiversity. When you buy this bracelet for a loved one, 50% of what you pay is donated to the Vatuvara Foundation – so you are directly playing a role in marine conservation. 

There’s so much more to choose from and we’re sure you’ll find the perfect Valentine’s Day jewellery gift for a nature loving wildlife warrior.

Take a browse and thank you for supporting a small business and sustainably sourced jewellery that makes a difference in conservation!


Written by Chloe Cooper

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