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Frog Gifts - Sterling Silver And Gold Frog Jewelry

Updated on March 17, 2011

There’s an amazing amount of frog jewelry available for those that love anything related to green and hoppy amphibians. From frog necklaces to bracelets, earrings to rings, there’s a broad spectrum of different styles, precious metals and designs.

They're often an overlooked style of sterling silver jewelry and yet they are so pretty and appealing. Many pieces are inexpensive and for those looking to purchase something in gold or platinum, there's an equal amount of choice available.

One of the coolest types is frog rings. They're rather unique and quirky and yet can and do look great when worn. If you're looking for some kind of jewelry frog, there's lots of different pieces available and it shouldn't be difficult locating exactly what you want.

Frog Jewelry

Naturally I appreciate frog jewelry. As I am one - the anthropomorphic kind – you could say that it’s almost a given that I’m going to value anything that’s Froggie by design.

And one thing’s for sure – there are some wonderfully creative pieces of jewelry available on the market.

Many are produced in a mixture of materials – sterling silver and semi precious stones for example.

If you've got a little extra to spend, you can choose a gold piece or something that’s diamond set.

You can spend as much or as little as you’d like and any one of the pieces will make a wonderful gift for the frog lover in your life.

Or maybe you’re like me and are happy to choose and buy your own frog jewelry? What ever your end choice, you’re sure to be delighted with your new frog pendant or earrings.

Sterling Silver Frog Earrings

The sterling silver frog earrings will make a great gift and as many are inexpensive, you’ll be able to choose from a broad selection of designs.

You can choose from simple, basic studs or the more fun, hoppy looking dangly earrings, many of which have moving components.

Those that have a little enamel on them are a little more striking because the splash of color gives them an added attention grabbing aspect.

You can choose from happy frogs, sitting frogs, wriggling frogs or maybe you fancy a frog prince ensemble – one earring a frog, the second a crown?

The top three sellers are:

  • Sterling silver frog earrings – child sized
  • The sterling silver frog cuffs
  • The frog studs in sterling silver

All are available on the right, as well as a selection of other silver earrings.

Frog Body Jewelry

Perhaps you’re looking for frog body jewelry? An amphibian belly ring or a tongue bar may be just the piece you’re looking for.

There’s a great assortment of belly button rings, some are produced in silver, with a small selection being made from anodized titanium.

Again, as with a few of the frog earrings, some of the pieces have an added splash of color, though if you prefer, most are finished completely in silver.

All of the body jewelry is inexpensive and will suit those with a low budget – let’s face it, low cost anything is always a huge bonus!

There are one or two more fun looking pieces, the wide smiley faced frog is rather cute and of course the frog prince also puts in an appearance – he’s everywhere!

The frog body jewelry pieces that are the best sellers are:

  • The imperial green leaping frog belly ring
  • Purple crystal tree frog
  • Light green crystal dangling frog

Lots of choice and great prices – show off your belly with pride ... and stick a frog in it!

Sterling Silver Frog Jewelry

Generally, sterling silver frog jewelry is the more popular choice for those buying amphibian trinkets and body ornamentation.

Sterling silver is used in the manufacture of jewelry because unlike pure silver – which is 99% pure – it retains its shape after the design has been formed.

It is, strictly speaking, an alloy that consists of 92.5% silver, the rest being made up with a base metal of 7.5%, which is almost always copper.

The pros of owning sterling silver are that it’s durable and relatively cheap. However, unlike pure silver, it tarnishes over time.

The easiest way to care for and protect your silver frog jewelry is to buff it with a soft, cotton cloth.

As you can see from the various pieces on the right, there’s a lot of choice available for those looking to purchase silver frogs and there’s a variety of styles and designs.

As long as you remember to look after your frog or frogs, the piece you choose will last for years to come - they're like mini forms of frog art.

Frog Charms

There are simply dozens of frog charms. You really will be spoiled for choice.

I have one, though it was a little more expensive than any shown here. Mine is from the Pandora collection – which is another hub, another day.

The great thing about Froggie charms is the fact that there are so many to choose from.

Available on Amazon, you will find:

  • Whimsical frogs
  • Smiling frogs
  • Sterling silver charms
  • Enamelled charms
  • Semi-precious embellishments
  • Bead charms
  • And more

There’s so much choice the difficulty will be in what not to buy!

Of course you can always buy a charm bracelet that already includes a few charms to start you off.

What ever your choice, there’s a great range available, as well as some really affordable prices. Great for frog lovers on a budget – like me.


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      Andria 7 years ago

      Hey Jadwigga ... miss seeing you around the site! How are you minha amiga? Drop me a line, I miss our chit chat Janetta. How's are your little boys, life, you know ... it's a woman's life and all that :)

      Thank you for stopping by ... xxx

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      Jawiddga 7 years ago

      Hello my sweet heart ;) You're doing marvelous on hubs! Over 200 already!! Way to go :) I do hope life is good for you. Just doing a little drive by on HP today while I have a minute. Have missed all my friends smiling faces..well, ok avatars ;) Well, I guess I'm off...just needed a little froggy love. Hugs and kisses and the best well wishes! MWAH!!

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      Andria 7 years ago

      Ohhh I'm so glad you enjoyed it oliversmum :) I love froggy stuff, and have a little frog jewlery. Currently wearing a beautiful Pandora charm bracelet, and one of the occupants on there is a gorgeous frog. his type of jewelry is different, unique, and gives a little edge to the wearer.

      Everytime folk spy my frog, they always smile and say 'I wouldn't have thought of frog charms, but they're kinda cute and definitely different' :)

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      oliversmum 7 years ago from australia

      frogdropping. Hi. Wow this is a fabulous hub.

      I do love frog anything, but mostly Frog Ear rings, as long as they don't rib bit in my ear, and also have some on a Charm Braclet, given to me many, many moons ago.

      There are just so many to choose from, it's hard to know where to start

      The photo's are just amazing with all the different shapes and position's a Frog can get into..

      I loved reading this hub. Thank you for sharing it with us. :) :)

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      Andria 8 years ago

      Mystique - thankyou :) I enjoy wring about froggie merchandise, and it's amazing how much there really is. Frog décor, art, frog jewelry, clothing, stationary and much more. I'm thinking that frog lovers are many! And I have to say, I've got my own frog lover, over in Portugal. I'm a lucky frog ;)

      Justine - I love the sound of frogs calling. I had a ton of them in my back garden a few years ago. I often heard them going about their froggie business, and even had the occassional one on the back porch :)

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      Justine76 8 years ago

      yes!! its some music and ribbit ribbit..I love it..

      I have always heard frogs at night in spring and summer. The sound makes me feel at peace. Plus they are tons of fun to watch swimming and hopping and lazing about on a summer day.

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      Mystique1957 8 years ago from Caracas-Venezuela


      You are certainly a resourceful writer! Of course, your frogginess is obvious(I wouldn't say biased! Hehehe), but there are some lovely artifacts that for a frog lover, they would be a delight! Nice and cute hub!

      Thumbs up!

      Warmest regards and infinite eternal blessings,


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      Andria 8 years ago

      wavergril - in truth I'm fond of frogs. We had a pond full of them wen I was a girl. We went frogspawn hunting every year and I do have a fair general knowledge of them :)

      Justine - frogs rock, period! Tickled at your frog ringtone - is it a ribbit ribbit?!

      drbj - there are many more examples avaliable, some are incredibly expensive. As for frog collecting, I have a few. One jewelry item I wear everyday, a couple I don't wear much. A few knick knacks and so on.

      I'm thinking on buying a few froggie items when I get a home again. Maybe some frog wall art, a few trinkets. Brighten up my home - with lots of me ;)

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      drbj and sherry 8 years ago from south Florida

      Froggie - Frog-jewelry collectors will now worship you for this amazing encyclopedic assortment of tail-less, amphibian-themed jewelry. It's info-rich.

      Just wondering, I know you appreciate and value all things froggy - do you also collect froggy things? Jewelry, ceramics, plush frogs, knick-knacks, etc.

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      Justine76 8 years ago

      When I was little the woman across the street had a huge frog lawn ornament collection and an even larger frog knick knack collection. I was just saying a few days ago to my husband that Im not big on collections, but that frog one was really cool. My ringtone for my cell is frogs. :) I liekthe body jewlery, Ive never seen those before.

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      Shari 8 years ago from New York, NY

      Must share this with you. . growing up my dad and I always had a thing for frogs . .and we used to give one another frog presents. . hmmm been a long time since we did it and now I know exactly what I am going to get him this year for fathers day!