The meaning of different jewelry symbols – part 1

Sometimes you might wear a necklace with a key on it, or a bracelet with a butterfly charm. The symbols look pretty and can really enhance your jewelry, but do you know what they stand for? Knowing the meaning of different symbols can really help you in your search for a piece of meaningful jewelry.


There’s a tradition of giving a key pendant on someone’s 21st birthday. This tradition comes from times when twenty-one was considered to be the proper age for caring the key to your family’s home. It’s a symbol of being an adult and starting a life on your own, a token of freedom and liberation. Today, giving a piece of key jewelry is still popular when someone turns twenty-one or graduate. Key jewelry can also be a symbol of love. Give it to a loved one and, they’ll have “the key to your heart”.


In some cultures, a butterfly is believed to be a message from the spirit world. But it’s worldwide associated with change and transformation, it goes from being a caterpillar to a beautiful butterfly. It’s also a symbol for being a free spirit and a playful wild child. It’s a perfect piece of jewelry both for kids and adults.


Alongside the shamrock, the horseshoe is one of the most popular symbols for good luck. But it’s crucial the U shape is facing upwards. Otherwise, the luck escapes. Even better than a horseshoe is an old horseshoe, it is supposed to carry more luck than a regular. In jewelry, you can recognize an old horse by its distinctive nail marks. Horseshoe jewelry is an excellent gift for someone who’s up for a challenge or is having a significant change in their life.

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