Valentine's Day Personalized Gift
What if Valentine's Day was the best time to offer a truly unique gift? Christofle offers a wide range of engraving possibilities for a truly personalized Valentine's Day gift.
Whether you want to engrave your loved one's first name or a message of eternal love, the possibilities are almost endless: a silver pencil cup or a silver tumbler that can hold writing instruments or a small romantic bouquet? A large silver tray or a small pocket?
No matter the object, only the message counts...
VALENTINE'S DAY OFFER
Christofle offers you a £50 voucher
for any purchase until February 14th, 2023
to use on a future purchase of £500 or more*
*Offer is limited to purchases on www.christofle.com only: a £50 voucher offered for any online purchase, with no other offer, until February 14th, 2023 included,
to use on a future purchase of £500 on the website www.christofle.com
Voucher is valid until June 30th, 2023 - Redeemable at once - Cannot be combined with any other offer
Our Valentine's day personalized gift ideas
Designed by Andrée Putman in 2000, "Vertigo" brilliantly illustrates the design concept of its creator:
Combining a simple and pure aesthetic with the functional function of objects.
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DATES AND ORIGINS OF VALENTINE'S DAY
When is Valentine’s day?
As everyone knows, the date of Valentine's Day is February 14th. But why is this date traditionally considered as the lovers' day?
What is Valentine's day?
Several versions of Valentine’s day origins exist but the most commonly accepted one dates back to the Middle Ages and is linked to the priest Valentinus. While the Roman Emperor Claudius II had forbidden marriages - to encourage soldiers to go to war in greater numbers - Valentinus would have continued to marry lovers in secret. Imprisoned and then executed for disobedience, he was finally canonized St. Valentine, patron saint of lovers. The celebration of Valentine's Day is therefore a custom that has existed since the Middle Ages.
Valentine’s day around the world
It was the English who were the first to exchange “valentines" or Valentine's Day cards from the 14th century onwards, a tradition that still persists today and has gradually become associated with gifts. In the United States, it is now customary to offer them to all loved ones, in the broadest sense of the term, such as friends for example. Jewelry, flowers and chocolates of course, but also, as the years go by, more and more original gifts, the idea remaining the same: to please those we love!
What to write in a Valentine's Day card?
To celebrate the lovers' day with dignity it is obviously recommended to write a personal message. You can write a mix of serious, sincere and funny messages, for example recalling the good times you have had together. If you're married to your Valentine, you can count down all the valentines you've shared together...Whatever you say, use words that resonate with you. If you are sincere and you are yourself, your card will be as meaningful as you want it to be.