Valentine's Day is a day that is celebrated worldwide as a day of love and romance. It is a time when people exchange gifts with their loved ones, and jewelry has always been a popular choice. Jewelry has been an integral part of Valentine's Day for centuries, and its history is fascinating.
Valentine's Day is just around the corner, and you may start to notice stores and shops decorating for the season. We see the traditional colors - red and pink - everywhere this time of year: in wreaths on front doors, in TV commercials, in flower arrangements and more. However, one of the most common places you will find these colors is in jewelry.
Valentine's Day is the day to show your lover how much you love them. The reason Valentine's Day exists is a person named Valentine, and there are two origins of him. Valentine marrying people in secret because there was a ban on marriage is one of them. This act cost him his life. Valentine sending a love letter to a prison officer's daughter is the other one. Since he was helping Christians escape, he died for his actions. He received a holiday named in his honor. It started as a Christian holiday until 1382. After Chaucer recited a poem at a royal feast on February 14, 1383, it became a holiday of romance.