Victorian Sweetheart Bracelets Dubbed the “Sweetheart Bracelet,” shops were swamped with business for the “new rage.” For their delicate weight and varied subjects, it was trendy to wear multiple bracelets together.
News-Antique.com - Aug 24,2009 - A few rules of Victorian courtship:
·A gentleman may delicately kiss a lady's hand, the forehead, or at most, the cheek.
·A gentleman may present a lady with flowers, candy or a book but anything more expensive is considered inappropriate.
Popular jewelry manufacturing companies recognized the need to produce items to serve as tokens of affection between a man and woman, two women friends, or to symbolize the loving relationship between a mother and daughter. Dubbed the “Sweetheart Bracelet,” shops were swamped with business for the “new rage.” For their delicate weight and varied subjects, it was trendy to wear multiple bracelets together.
Each subject carried it’s own secret meaning that was shared between the gift giver and recipient. The clover symbolized luck, hearts represented love, and birds stood for courtship.
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