Anniversary Gifts by Year

Anniversaries are a time of gratitude, reflection and celebration. Perhaps you have a big anniversary coming up, or simply want to celebrate another year together. Here is a list of anniversary gifts by year, and my playful take on some of them....

A Year-by-Year Guide

1st Anniversary: Paper

2nd Anniversary: Cotton

3rd Anniversary: Leather

4th Anniversary: Flowers

To celebrate a 4th anniversary, my Klover earrings are a playful token of good fortune and luck.

5th Anniversary: Wood

6th Anniversary: Candy

7th Anniversary: Copper or Wool

8th Anniversary: Bronze or Pottery

My Skog cuff is named after 'Skog Etaje' which means 'forest floor' in Norwegian and reminds me of the great forests of Norway that I drove through years ago, an unexpected 5th anniversary gift idea...

9th Anniversary: Pottery

10th Anniversary: Aluminium

11th Anniversary: Steel

12th Anniversary: Silk

My Basket earrings, seen here with pearl drops, make an unexpected alternative to pottery for a 9th anniversary.

13th Anniversary: Lace

14th Anniversary: Ivory

15th Anniversary: Crystal

16th Anniversary: Wax

Thirteen is my lucky number and for a 13th anniversary, my Martorana pendant, which almost looks like an intricate piece of lace, would make someone feel especially lucky.

17th Anniversary: Furniture

18th Anniversary: Porcelain

19th Anniversary: Bronze

20th Anniversary: China

For a 20th anniversary, a jewel from my China collection, like the Temple of Heaven earrings, makes an unexpected alternative to ceramics.

25th Anniversary: Silver

30th Anniversary: Pearl

35th Anniversary: Coral

40th Anniversary: Ruby

For a 40th anniversary, my Ruby Multi Aeneus is a classic and wearable symbol of enduring love.

45th Anniversary: Sapphire

50th Anniversary: Gold

55th Anniversary: Emerald

60th Anniversary: Diamond

For those lucky enough to be celebrating a 60th wedding anniversary, my diamond Cirkel ring is the perfect jewel to marks such a momentous occasion.

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