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Anniversary Gifts By Year For The Jewelry Lover

anniversary gifts by year for jewelry lover

An anniversary is a celebration of love and commitment, and an anniversary gift shows the love of your life how much you love and care for them. While picking the best anniversary gift is no easy task, going by the traditional materials linked with each anniversary can be a huge help. 

Nowadays, artists around the world are creating revolution with unexpected materials and techniques in jewelry making. Picking a thoughtful piece of jewelry in the material corresponding to the anniversary can thrill her because there really is nothing like jewelry. I’ve put together a list of the top anniversary gifts by year and some amazing jewelry artists who are doing an incredible work in this field. Put a smile on your loved one’s face with an anniversary gift you know they’ll love.

1ST YEAR: Paper

Paper Jewelry by Papermelon

Devi Chand, the designer and creator behind Papermelon, makes exciting sustainable paper jewelry.  Paper is cut into strips and meticulously hand rolled into perfectly shaped beads that are assembled into jewelry. The paper beads are given a coat of sealant to make the jewelry water resistant, so they can be cherished forever.

Shop Paper Jewelry by Papermelon.

2ND YEAR: Cotton

Cotton Jewelry by Eleanor Bolton

Eleanor Bolton is a British designer known for her unique craft technique of coiling and hand stitching cotton rope to create sculptural yet lightweight tactile jewelry. Her attention to detail, combined with the innovative use of the materials define Eleanor’s approach and strong aesthetic appeal. 

Shop Cotton Jewelry by Eleanor Bolton.

3RD YEAR: Leather

Leather Jewelry by Love At First Blush

Inspired by nature, winged creatures, and her travels across the world, Sabrina Chin of Love at First Blush creates delicate feather jewelry from Italian lambskin leather . Leather is handcut to look like a real feather and sewn with a small wire in the center. The feather is able to bend and flex to the desired shape.

Shop Leather Jewelry by LoveAtFirstBlush.

4TH YEAR: Flowers

Flower Jewelry by Hanami Real Flower Jewelry

Hanami Real Flower Jewelry is made of real, natural flowers. Each flower is carefully selected for originality, color and shape. It is then dried, preserved and covered with several coats of resin, to achieve a hard and durable finish. This process can take as much as one week for each flower. 

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5TH YEAR: Wood

Wood Jewelry by ShopJoyo

Joyo is run by husband and wife team, Damian and Jenn Liddiard. Combining their backgrounds, they work at the intersection of art and technology to create clean, modern pieces of wood jewelry. The jewelry is made from beautiful walnut and maple wood etched with intricate details using a combination of laser technology and traditional craft techniques.

Shop Wood Jewelry by ShopJoyo.

6TH YEAR: Iron

Iron Jewelry by Dirty Pretty Artwear

Amy Turner Clem of Dirty Pretty Artwear handcrafts bold, whimsical jewelry using recycled metals without using fire or harmful chemicals.  She has a special affinity for working with iron. A modern industrial medium, it’s an unexpected and uncommon choice for jewelry that allows her to mix the precious with the rustic. 

Shop Iron Jewelry by Dirty Pretty Artwear.

7TH YEAR: Wool

Wool Jewelry by BlanCraft

Blanka Bakowicz, the designer and maker behind BlanCraft, creates sensual and romantic pieces of floral jewelry using fine merino wool and silk fibers, which are very soft and lightweight. She feels it as a kind of sculpting, but in wool instead of clay. All BlanCraft products are made manually out of natural materials and that makes them really ecological and skin friendly.

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8TH YEAR: Bronze