Gold Birth Flower Necklace - Camillaboutiqueco
Gold Birth Flower Necklace - Camillaboutiqueco
Gold Birth Flower Necklace - Camillaboutiqueco
Gold Birth Flower Necklace - Camillaboutiqueco
Gold Birth Flower Necklace - Camillaboutiqueco
Gold Birth Flower Necklace - Camillaboutiqueco
Gold Birth Flower Necklace - Camillaboutiqueco
Gold Birth Flower Necklace - Camillaboutiqueco
Gold Birth Flower Necklace - Camillaboutiqueco
Gold Birth Flower Necklace - Camillaboutiqueco
Gold Birth Flower Necklace - Camillaboutiqueco
Gold Birth Flower Necklace - Camillaboutiqueco

Gold Birth Flower Necklace

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The cutest necklace is our gold oval pendant Birth Flower Necklaces. There is a unique birthflower necklace, with a special meaning for each birth month.

You can sport your own birth flowers, the blossom of a loved one, or even just your favorite flower! It's the perfect ideal necklace to wear to a first date, girls' night out or Sunday brunch.

Each of our birth flower necklaces is a distinctive representation of a month. Whether you choose your birth flower necklaces based on its significance new date, month, or simply for aesthetic reasons, its bloom will stay.

You may stack it with your friends' other favorite chain-length necklaces for a chic appearance or wear it alone because it looks fantastic both ways. It this necklace was designed to be worn every day, so you may wear it to the gym, the shower, and even bed!

 Necklace Details:

  •  100% hypoallergenic.

  •  Tarnish resistant. Won't turn your skin green!


  • Chain Length:40+5CM

  • Metal Electroplating: 18K Gold Plated

If you wanna see more birth flower necklaces, Please discover this birth flowers jewelry collection.

What Are Birth Flowers? 

Birth flowers just like a birthstone stone, holds a special meaning for each the month they represent:

January Birth Flower: Carnation

Carnations' ruffled, vibrant flowers are a representation of commitment, love, faith and loyalty. Carnations are one of the few flowers that survive from summer into winter, therefore it is also a sign of tenacity.

February Birth Flower: Iris

A lovely flower with a lengthy history of significance is the iris. It frequently evokes images of aristocracy, sagacity, and trust. The iris' three petals stand for bravery, knowledge, and trust. Iris, who served as the gods' messenger in Greek mythology, gets her name from the Greek word for rainbow. Irises are a common flower for bouquets and are also utilized in landscaping and gardening.

March Birth Flower: Daffodil 

Daffodils are a suitable birth flower for March since that's the month when the Northern Hemisphere starts to see the first hints of spring. Daffodils also stand for fresh starts, rebirth, and joy in the same way that spring does. They may also stand for gallantry and unrequited love.

April Birth Flower: Daisy

The flower of the birth month for April is the daisy, which comes in a range of hues and sizes. These blooms, properly called "daisies" from the Anglo-Saxon "day's eye," bloom with the first appearance of sunshine. According to folklore, daisies stand for purity, innocence, and maintaining secrets.

May Birth Flower: Lily Of The Valley

 The fragrant white blooms are frequently linked to archaic feminine ideals like chastity, purity, and sweetness. The modesty and chastity of the virgin goddess Ostara are symbolized by the lily of the valley blooms in Germanic mythology.

June Birth Flower: Rose 

The rose is June's birth flower. One of the most popular, easily available, and adaptable herbal treatments on the planet is this flower. Roses stand for adoration, passion, and love.

July Birth Flower: Larkspur

The tall, graceful larkspur flower is available in a variety of hues, including blue, purple, pink, silver, rose and white. It is a common option for bridal bouquets since it is frequently connected to love and dedication. Larkspur represents a deep link of love and affection in the floral language.

August Birth Flower: Gladiola

The gladiola is a tall, eye-catching flower that is frequently used in bouquets and floral arrangements. It is related to fortitude, honesty, and memory. The term "Gladiola" means "sword" in Latin, which accurately describes the plant's towering, upright appearance. The gladiola is also a symbol of passion and love in various cultures.

September Birth Flower: Aster

The tiny, star-shaped Aster flower is available in a variety of hues, such as pink, purple, and white. It is linked to intelligence, trust, and love. The Aster was formerly thought to possess mystical abilities that could fend off evil spirits. Another well-liked flower for commemorating birthdays in September is the aster.

October Birth Flower: Calendula

Bright and happy, the calendula flower is frequently utilized in herbal treatments and organic skincare products. It is connected to comfort, hope, and healing. Given that the flower blooms every month of the year, the name "Calendula" is derived from the Latin word for "calendar." The calendula is linked to love and marriage in several cultures.

November Birth Flower: Chrysanthemum

Chrysanthemums are fragrant flowers that are associated with cheerfulness, enthusiasm, and friendship.

December Birth Flower: Poinsettia

Bright and cheerful, the poinsettia is a flower that is frequently connected to Christmas. It was first brought to America in the 1800s and is indigenous to Mexico. The poinsettia, commonly referred to as the "Christmas flower," is frequently used in Christmas tree decorations as well as wreaths and other holiday-themed decor. The poinsettia is linked to love and good fortune in several cultures.

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Major of our products are made of stainless steel. Stainless steel is an alloy of steel and chromium. It combines strength, durability, and functionality of steel. Not like sterling silver material,stainless steel more affordable and durable!

What is Stainless steel?

First and most important of all, stainless steel is 100% recyclable! The main alloying elements of stainless steel are all highly valuable and can be easily recovered and separated from other materials, which makes the recycle process easier. 

Does Camilla jewelry turns my skin green?
Our jewelry does not tarnish, discolor or turn your skin green. Stainless steel is hypo-allergenic making it a great choice for someone whose skin is sensitive to metal. 

Does Camilla jewelry tarnish or discolor?
Another good thing about stainless steel jewelry is that its look lasts longer than sterling silver for example. Whether you shower with it or pour on lotions, the color actually stays the same. The golden tone may turn slightly darker after wearing, but it’ll not fade. Which makes it durable to wear through any activity, from morning runs to swimming laps!

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