Winterchild Silver Jewelry - Symbolic, meaningful sterling silver jewellery from Canada's North.
 

Ladybug

Ladybug Jewelry

Who isnít fond of ladybugs? In many cultures this tiny red and black beetle is considered a symbol of "good-luck"! In the Middle Ages, during a time when crops were being destroyed by pests, farmers prayed to the Virgin Mary for help, soon afterwards ladybugs came into the area and ate the pests. In gratitude they were given the name, "Beetles of Our Lady" and have since become known as ladybugs!

 


 

This symbol is available on all handcrafted Winterchild Silver & Winterchild Sunset necklaces, earrings, and bracelets.

Shown below are two sample symbols on Winterchild Silver & Winterchild Sunset necklaces:

 
Oval Silver Necklaces Sunset Round Silver and Copper Necklace
 

 

Winterchild Silver & Winterchild Sunset Collections:

 
 

Creative Process

Jewellery designer, Esther Winter draws each original Winterchild symbol by hand. The symbol is then forged into a hardened steel stamp. Next, the stamp is hammered into the sterling silver or copper to create an imprint. Final touches include curving the silver or copper and polishing.

Handcrafted in the Yukon, Canada.

 

Discover all 46 original symbols available on our Winterchild Silver & Winterchild Sunset Collections:

Arnica (Northern Daisy)  |  Aurora Dancing  |  Beautiful Mother  |  Beaver  |  Buffalo  |  Butterfly  |  Canada Goose  |  Caribou in the Moonlight  |  Cat Paw Print  |  Dandelion Fluff  |  Dog Paw Print  |  Dolphin  |  Dragonfly  |  Eagle Circling Sun  |  Elk  |  Falling Star  |  Fireweed  |  Friends  |  Grizzly Cub  |  Grizzly Paw Print  |  Harvest Moon  |  Horse  |  Hummingbird  |  Husky Racing  |  Inukshuk  |  Ladybug  |  Loon  |  Love  |  Low- bush Cranberry  |  Maple Keys  |  Maple Leaf  |  Midnight Sun  |  Moose in the Moonlight  |  Mother and Child  |  Musk Ox  |  Orca  |  Polar Bear  |  Raven  |  Salmon Spawning  |  Sisters  |  Snowflake Falling  |  Sweet Daughter  |  Wild Rose  |  Windswept Pine  |  Wolf  |  Wooly Mammoth.