My Flowering Dragon’s Valentine

St. Valentine’s Day may have originated in Roman times when a young priest named Valentine performed marriages against the emperor’s orders and Romantic Love was paired with this day through the poetry of Chaucer.  The tradition of giving paper cards and flowers began in the 19th-century.  In Chinese mysticism the dragon is an ultimate symbol of good fortune.  And this 1950s pretty is all about making a statement! Peking glass with twin flowers joins enameled dragon findings and Onyx (for honing one’s intuition) on Gold filled chain and findings. So if a dragon brings you flowers today — say yes to new beginnings and good fortune!  Happy Valentine’s!

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