3 unique jewellery gifts for Valentine’s Day

So Valentine’s Day is just around the corner so I thought it would be fun to highlight three unique jewellery pieces in my shop that would make for an awesome gift for your Valentine, Galentine or yourself for that matter!

So let’s jump right in and start with number 1: the OOAK necklace

Who wouldn’t want something truly one of a kind?! The gemstones I used in these necklaces are just super freaking incredible! Both necklaces features included quartz gemstones, and by included I mean gemstones that have another visible mineral within. You can choose between either a tourmalinated quartz or a lepidocrocite included quartz (or as I like to call it, a confetti quartz).

One of a kind Necklaces

The tourmalinated quartz features a number of thin black tourmaline needles clearly visible within the clear quartz, whereas the confetti quartz features a fun and unexpected burst of metallic red to orange lepidocrocite inclusions within the otherwise clear quartz. Both of these gemstones are completely unique and no gem drop will look like the other, which means that you and only you will own a necklace that looks like yours! A one of a kind gift to a one of a kind woman!

Gift idea number 2: BERRY earrings

These earrings are popping with colour and their dainty size and minimalistic yet boholiscious design makes them perfect for everyday wear!

Swedish Berry Earrings

You have three different berries to choose from: lingonberries, blueberries and cloudberries. All of these berries can be found more or less growing all over Sweden, only the cloudberry is more sparse due to its more northern and wetter climate preferences. I chose the stones for this collection very carefully, I wanted the stones to mimic the real berries as true as possible, both in colour and appearance.

The lingonberries features bright red bamboo coral. This is a type of colourless coral that grows in the deep sea and is dyed red to mimic the highly endangered red precious coral. The blueberries features blue dumortierite beads with a marbled look and with a matte surface. Dumortierite is the mineral that is the cause for blue-coloured quartz. The cloudberries features tiny carnelian beads that I have meticulously wire wrapped into small orange spheres.

And gift idea numero 3: fine silver stacking rings

Can you ever have too many stacking rings, I think not! You have three designs to choose from: a simple smooth and round design, a hammered design and a wrap design.

Fine Silver Stacking Rings

These rings are made from scratch using a thin fine silver wire that I fuse together to a closed ring with a torch. Since fusing fine silver literally means you heat up the metal until it melts and starts to flow, each ring turns out unique with an organic looking form, this is particularly evident in the round and smooth ring deisgn. These rings are lightweight and hardly ever tarnish due to its high almost pure silver content. Effortlessly chic and uncomplicated jewellery!

That’s my simple little gift guide for you for this Valentine’s Day, and any other gifting holiday throughout the year really. I hope you enjoyed it, I sure did so watch out for more gift guides coming this year!

Have a wonderful weekend,




Author: Linda Sääv

A geologist with a passion to turn gemstones into jewellery. I'm here to make you see a mineral in a completely new light, prepare to be amazed.

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