This is a range of beautiful beaded jewellery where each piece represents a Biblical picture or theme. The pieces "speak" to the beauty and dignity of the wearer and to the grace of God, and the themes are meant to uplift and encourage.
In February there is so much talk about love and celebrating how St Valentine used to secretly leave bags of coins as drowries for young maidens. But there's a story, the greatest love story ever told. That God loved his children with an everlasting love: so much so that he sent his son to die for us to be reconciled with him.
Marriage is a foreshadowing if this love and the famous passage that is so often read at weddings ends with "love never fails".
Love eternal is the inspiration for this range "LOVE NEVER FAILS".
Etched sterling silver Oak Leaves form the basis around which "Oaks of Righteousness" is designed. The inspiration is drawn from Isaiah 61:3, where it says, "..They will be called oaks of righteousness, a planting of the Lord for the display of his splendour".
The phrase, "Rose of Sharon" is used only once in Scripture (Song of Songs), where the Beloved is referring to herself. Some commentaries say that it is a reference to Jesus. To me, it is a beautiful image, even if it is not a literal rose. The pieces comprise stylized roses in various forms.
In Psalm 19, the law of God (His statutes, precepts, commands, decrees) are said to be more precious than gold, and sweeter than honey. This range of silver jewellery expresses the theme of honey and honeycombs in beautiful symmetric shapes.