The perfect birthday gift for every soul; the one who has everything, is a piece of jewellery. You can never get too much jewellery, and each piece tells a story and makes her think about the person who gave it. Moreover, jewellery is an accessory able to pep up the wardrobe – not to mention the fact that jewellery trends change all the time, so that keeping up means dressing up in new, hot items. Yes, there is a lot of reasons to buy jewellery for your'e beloved one.

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    If you are on the lookout for the perfect gift for your sweetheart, your beloved one or perhaps a gift for a family member? And do you need great birthday present ideas for a special someone? Then we are here to help. First, you have to ask yourself if there is any materials, shapes or colours they're especially fond of. Do theyprefer gold or silver? Do they often wear big, flashy jewellery, or does she appreciate classic, simple designs more? If you can’t remember, you can try to think about which clothes she prefers. Do they like colours and glam, they will most definitely appreciate voluminous jewellery, for instance something with colourful stones. If they prefers classic clothes in subdued colours and sneakers, simpler jewellery might be more her cup of tea. Whether you choose gold or silver plated jewellery we have something to your liking. Find your golden gifts, or shop your lovely silver treats here.

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    A great birthday gift for the soul, who thinks a lot of other people, is a piece of jewellery especially designed to support Doctors Without Borders (Médecins Sans Frontières). We have designed one or more pieces of jewellery every year since 2003 supporting the great work of the organisation by helping victims from war, conflicts and catastrophes with vital medicine and treatment. Elegant jewellery helping people in need is in every possible way a beautiful and personal gift for the soul you love.

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    For most people, birtdays are the best special occasions of the year, because let us be honest: Who doesn’t like to be the centre of attention and pampering? But actually, birthdays as a concept isn’t more than a few hundred years old, as it wasn’t until the beginning of the 1800s that the citizens considered a birthday as an occasion to gather family and friends – inspired by the Royal Family who had celebrated birthdays since the 1600s. Back then, birthday gifts weren’t a thing, but slowly the custom of birthday presents flourished, and today most people in fact make wishes for their birthday.