7 Animals & Their Symbolism
This week we're celebrating World Wildlife Day, so we've picked 7 of our favourite animal charms. Read on to learn about what each of these beautiful British Made charms represent...
The Monkey symbol is often associated with entertainment and joyfulness. Due to their energetic and mischievous nature, Monkeys are seen by various cultures as tricksters. However, the Monkey represents much more than fun and play. The symbolism of the monkey is connected to deep knowledge and intelligence.
As a beautiful, wild and exotic animal, the Giraffe connotes uniqueness and pride. Since they stand tall, they represent looking into the future.
The Lion is a very diverse symbol. Its most common traits are majesty, strength and courage. Commonly referred to as 'the King', Lion's are a symbol of kingly power and might, and the Lioness is linked to the Great Mother and protection.
Crocodiles are symbols of wisdom and the protector/keeper of all knowledge. They signify a new beginning, renewal and growth.
Elephant symbolism plays a major role in many eastern religions and cultures, with the Elephant God being worshipped in some countries. Elephants symbolise strength, memory, remembrance and a gentle soul.
The Robin in the spirit world is known as the divine bird. It is a symbol of good luck and the fact that spring is impending. To see a Robin flying can indicate a symbol of renewal, passion and new beginnings. They also represent patience and wisdom.
The ancient Greek and Romans associated the Seahorse with the gods of the sea (Neptune and Poseidon), and so considered it a major symbol of power and strength.