ARTICLES

Silver is considered to be a feminine, lunar, peaceful, earthy, sophisticated and harmonious shade, but the significance of the color silver varies across cultures. The color silver has an element of mystery, and it is b...

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In general, candles symbolize life, love and celebration. Candles can have customized meaning through personalization. They are also commonly used as part of religious ceremonies and holidays, and in each instance, the m...

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A chalice, which is a goblet-shaped wine glass, has long been a symbol of the Christian church. It symbolizes the glass from which Jesus Christ drank with his disciples during the Last Supper. It is also viewed as a symb...

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SIMILAR ARTICLES

The color purple has different meanings in countries, cultures and communities around the world. In the U.S. military, the Purple Heart represents bravery and is given to soldiers who are injured in the line of duty.

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The color blue symbolizes many things, including depth and stability. Often considered a male color, blue is also considered to be correlated with cold or cool, and calm, as it is the color of the sky and sea.

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Tiffany blue is the shade of turquoise chosen by Charles Lewis Tiffany as the exclusive color for the prestigious jeweler's packaging boxes. The blue boxes are instantly recognizable and associated with the elegance of T...

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The color sable is a very dark, almost black, shade of brown. It is named for the animal called a sable, which is a very dark brown, silky creature.

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