Best Dragonfly Jewelry Gifts
Dragonfly Jewelry Makes a Great Gift
Dragonfly jewelry makes a great gift for Mother's Day or any occasion. Do you or someone you know love Dragonfly Jewelry? This is a look that never goes out of style and will always delight! The Dragonfly tells us that things are not always as they seem, and that life itself is not always what it appears to be.
Dragonfly Jewelry is very popular for gift giving and is always a sweet addition to any jewelry collection. Whatever occasion you are celebrating, celebrate it with one of these beautiful pieces. Check out these beautiful images of the lovey motif of the dragonfly.
Navajo Inlay Dragonfly Pendant Pin
For some Native American tribes dragonflies represent swiftness and activity. To some, the dragonfly is a sign of happiness, speed and purity. In the Dakota/Lakota mythology, the dragonfly is equated with illusion because their wings beat so rapidly that the human eye cannot see it. The Dragonfly tells us that things are not always as they seem, and that life itself is not always what it appears to be. Dragonflies are a common motif in Zuni pottery; they appear in Hopi rock art and on Pueblo necklaces.
For the Navajo they symbolize pure water.
This piece is the perfect gift for anyone who treasures dragonflies!
Who Are You Buying For?
Who Are You Buying For?
This is the most popular Dragonfly Pendant. It's a perfect gift for the woman who loves fine jewelry, or someone that loves the magical Dragonfly.
Round and marquise shaped cubic zirconia stones add sparkle to this charming pendant which is crafted from genuine sterling silver and featured on a delicate 18-inch frozantine chain finished with a spring ring clasp.
To the Japanese, the dragonfly symbolizes summer and autumn and is admired and respected so much that the Samurai use it as a symbol of power, agility and victory.
Images Of Dragonflies
The Dragonfly is characterized by large multifaceted eyes, two pairs of strong transparent wings, and an elongated body.
Dragonfly by 68photobug from Flickr
The Dragonfly symbolizes a sense of fun and joy
In Ireland and parts of Europe, dragonflies are associated with fairies.
The Chinese associate the dragonfly with prosperity, harmony and think of it as a good luck charm.
Find Out More About Dragon Fly
- Dragonfly Site - Tons of Pictures, Information, Gifts, More!
The Dragonfly Site: Best Dragonfly Information Resource Online
- Dragonfly - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Read more about the dragon fly.
- Dragon Fly Photos
Anisoptera From Wikimedia Commons, the free media repository (Redirected from Dragonfly)
Fossil Dragonfly Poster
Dragonflies have been around for millions of years.