What kinds of jewellery would or could be classed as Welsh? A picture a Welsh dragon, or even a silver pendant of the Prince of Wales emblem may come to mind. Here at Huw Thomas Gallery, based in the beautiful and scenic Welsh holiday resort of Porthcawl, we have these and much more.
Whether it be the national flower, a pendant expressing love and romance towards another, or Y Ddraig Goch (“The Red Dragon”) itself, we have jewellery here to suit everyone’s needs and tastes. If you wish to buy something for your sweetheart or darling, we have a choice of pendants with the welsh word for these sentiments, ‘cariad’, available for purchase. You may be looking for a piece of jewellery as a mark of your place of birth and Welsh heritage, or you may have fallen in love with Wales just as much as the Porthcawl residents have, and wish to own, at home wherever that may be, something that reminds you of your quality time here with us.
Sometimes, you may have holidayed somewhere as beautiful as Porthcawl itself, and enjoyed your time so much, that it stays with you for weeks, months and maybe even years after you have visited. Maybe you saw some Celtic or other Welsh jewellery while in Porthcawl or any other area of Wales, and due to one reason or another, you did not purchase the item you had your eye on. With our online shop that is based in Porthcawl, that is no longer an issue. We have hundreds of Welsh gifts and a good selection of Welsh jewellery available to purchase online, and can have them delivered straight to your door. This also eliminates the need for scouring all of the gift shops and displays while on holiday, looking for the ideal gift for each of your family and friends that you wish to purchase for. With the massive selection of items available including our Welsh brooches, pendants and earrings, you can get everything you need in one go. If you order them in good time, they could very well be waiting for you as soon as you get home.
The daffodil Welsh jewellery brooches would make a beautiful gift. The word denotes many different things depending on the context. When used in decoration in the creation of a love spoon for example it suggests the idea of growing love. The Narcissus (the daffodils Latin name) appeared as a national symbol of Wales in the 19th century and is used in this context as a representation of nature's optimism as it blooms every spring. This yearly event coincides with St David’s day in March and is therefore worn in conjunction with this marked occasion. The daffodil styled earrings are also stunning and come in a choice of different styles.
For more of our Welsh jewellery, Porthcawl based Huw Thomas Gallery invite you to browse their websites pages and check out for yourselves the array of Welsh jewellery and gifts available for purchase. For anything else, feel free to contact us.