The Chinese zodiac wheel will soon rotate, as 2022 is the Year of the Tiger. The Tiger denotes strength, rebellion, impulsiveness, and braveness. In Fengshui context, the characteristics specific to this zodiac sign encourage a year filled with bold actions. 2022 invites a Water Tiger. Water is a powerful natural force to conquer fire and tackle obstacles in its path.
Make a note of injecting greens, reds, and yellows as accents in the form of jewelry to bring prosperity and vitality according to the Chinese scale of color symbolism as you visualize the new year ahead.
Deck out in luscious green emeralds to reap the positive energy embedded in the generative color. Through the lens of Chinese culture, green symbolizes health, patience, sensitivity, harmony, wealth, and purity.
The spotlight of this regal creation is on the pair of impressive pear-shaped Colombian emeralds of close to 40 carats in total which perfectly encapsulates the vibrant energy of the spring season. Resembling the delicate florets of a blooming flower, the pair of emeralds are complemented with oval-cut diamonds and surrounded by pear-shaped diamonds.
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Red is a prominent color in Chinese culture. People wear red during weddings, festivals, and significant celebratory events for its uplifting symbolism of happiness, beauty, vitality, luck, and success.
An artful creation inspired by the red pigments of seasonal leaves. Three round-cut rubies form the basis of the design with intertwined details to replicate the organic lines of nature.
Yellow of a golden hue is held high in prestige. Only ruling figures throughout Chinese history were able to adorn the color, including the emperors of Imperial China. Royal palaces, altars, and temples are decorated in yellow to intensify the symbolism of neutrality and good fortune. Until today, yellow remains heavily celebrated for its prosperous values.