The Meaning Behind Lotus Flower Jewellery
The beautiful lotus flowe, is a sacred flower that has great spiritual symbolism throughout the world. Each morning the lotus flower emerges from muddy waters whilst remaining perfectly clean, producing exquisitely beautiful blooms.
Throughout Asia, the lotus flower is seen as a symbol of re-birth and spiritual enlightenment. In Buddhism, the lotus flower symbolises purity, beauty and spiritual awakening. They are believed to focus the mind during meditation. A closed bud will represent the time before enlightenment and a lotus in full bloom represents someone who has reached their journey of self-realisation and enlightenment.
In the Hindu faith, a number of Gods and Goddesses are depicted with a lotus flower, they symbolise good fortune, eternity and wealth as well as enlightenment and purity. The reason a lotus flower represents purity in so many cultures is because the petals never touch the muddy waters beneath them.
In Ancient Egypt, the Lotus Flower was one of the most important religious symbols. It was believed to symbolise the sun, rebirth and regeneration. Lotus Flowers are prominent throughout Egyptian art and were often used by pharaohs for their healing and regeneration properties.
Our lotus flower jewellery collection takes influence from many cultures worldwide, each piece symbolises beauty and purity, reminding us to always notice the beauty in every situation. The collection includes meaningful lotus flower necklaces, earrings and bracelets in silver, 18ct gold vermeil and 18ct rose gold vermeil.
Our lotus flower designs feature a circular motif based on a simplified lotus flower mandala. Lotus flower mandalas are used to calm the mind and align focus and energy during meditation.
The meaning behind the lotus flower collection makes it a unique jewellery gift for someone close to you. Our large and small lotus flower designs work perfectly as mother and daughter necklaces or matching necklaces for sisters.
OUR TOP LOTUS FLOWER DESIGNS