Alternative ‘I love you’ jewellery
Hearts are so last year! Make your feelings known this Valentine's Day with a love token that's subtle, stylish and bang on trend.
Cupid's arrow sends a love message that's cooler than traditional hearts. This Ti Sento silver ring with gold vermeil head is perfect for those who love slick, graphic design and cheese-free sentiment.
To the moon and back
'I love you to the moon and back' is teetering on the edge of cliché these days, but it does give you the perfect excuse to wear these celestial beauties from Wokingham-based jewellery brand Jack and Freda.
Key to my heart
OK, so it's a little bit schmaltzy, but a key pendant screams commitment. Keys have been love symbols since the beginning of time – a statement of love, contentment and, er, virtue. I'll just leave that there. It makes for a cute necklace too.
Let sparks fly and light up your love life. Chambers and Beau is a brand loved by the fash pack and this handmade lightning bolt bracelet is the kinda bolt out of the blue pressie we love.
Who needs pages of romantic prose when one letter will do. This Alex Monroe floral letter is made up of a trail of Forget me Knots that's delicate, quirky and a handy reminder of your name if you need it. Available from Rococo Jewellery in Wokingham. Also available in silver.
When stars align
Reach for the stars and you'll find a constellation dangling from your ears. Make a statement this Valentine's Day with these stunning earrings by award-winning British jewellery designer Kit Heath.
It's all about chemistry, laydee – and we're in the middle of a chain reaction. This stunning link chain bracelet from Berkshire-based jewellery designer Kaaren Buchanan is as elegant and timeless as Diana Ross herself.