Ophelia is the Shakespearean nymph with flowing hair. Floating gracefully in the water, she is intimately linked to the aquatic world and femininity.
She is melancholy and sincere and is eternally searching for joy. An unconditional romantic, her words are sweet and flowery. She lives in perfect harmony with nature and embraces her tragic destiny light-heartedly.
She is Hamlet's lover in one of William Shakespeare's best-known plays and the daughter of Polonius, advisor for the kingdom. Ophelia is a floral being who speaks only the language of flowers. Like Orpheus, a hero of Greek mythology, she lives in perfect harmony with nature. She can enchant not only people but also plants and flowers.
The aquamarine is a protective stone for sailors. It protects its owner from the dangers of the aquatic world.
A delicate plant that can flourish only in water, the water lily is a symbol of hope. Like Ophelia, it flourishes in the gently moving water.
A mythological incarnation of the divine and the pure, the unicorn represents Ophelia's femininity but also her generosity.