In many cultures the primary symbolic meaning of frogs deals with fertility. Also they represent a symbol of abundance, purity, renewal, dreaming and opportunity. As a Celtic symbol meaning, the Frog was deemed lord over all the earth, and the Celts believed it represented curative or healing powers because of its connection with water and cleansing rains. They are made of recycled paper using the ancient art of origami by talented Colombian artisans. All fittings are 925 sterling silver. Height: 4cm Width: 1.3cm
Our products are exclusive designs in colour as in concept and inspired from Pre-Colombian elements and cultures of the South America regions, they are mixed with elements of nature, so as a result we can ensure each individual piece is unique. Consequently, not every piece of jewellery will be exactly the same as the one depicted on our website, as natural materials will by their nature never be identical!
It is very important to take care of your jewellery, so in order that colours and luster does not fade, please take into account the following:
Remove the jewellery before you do any form of exercise or housework. Water will damage the product.
Perfume, hairspray, detergent, chlorine and other strong chemicals can cause detrimental effects to the jewellery; if possible, avoid contact on or near to them.
Always store separately in box or pouch provided.
Jewellery will tarnish over time and wear, store out of direct sunlight to slow this process and protect your jewellery.
Whenever you are getting ready to go out, your jewellery should always be the last thing that you put on.
The more care you take, the longer your jewellery will remain as beautiful as the day you bought it.