Traditional eighth year anniversary gifts

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Traditional eighth year anniversary gifts
Bronze statues and items are traditional for the eighth anniversary. (Jupiterimages/Photos.com/Getty Images)

Wedding anniversaries are a celebration of life together. The eighth wedding anniversary is traditionally celebrated as the bronze anniversary. Gifts for your spouse should have bronze in some manner, although the exact gift will vary depending on your personality and the personality of your spouse.

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Bronze Jewelry

Bronze jewellery can be a fitting gift for your wife. Jewellery items vary in price and type, and it is possible to get anything from a simple chain and pendant to earrings to a full necklace made of bronze. Designs vary dramatically and can incorporate modern styles or a more traditional and delicate look.

Bronze Statuary or Knickknacks

Bronze statues or knick-knacks are a common gift option for both men and women for the eighth anniversary. Statues come in various designs and looks, such as a couple hugging, a woman dancing, traditional-style busts from other cultures or even random shapes for a more modern or interesting look. For those who enjoy religious statuary, bronze statues of cherub angels, Buddha or any other religious figure are also available.

Bronze Roses

For a more romantic touch for your anniversary, consider bronze roses as a gift. Some of these roses are made out of all bronze, and some are made out of bronze for the centre and fabric for the petals. Bronze roses are a sweet gift for any individual who enjoys flowers, roses and romance. Since the flowers are made from bronze and fabric, they are a beautiful and lasting decoration piece.

Mirrors

Bronze mirrors come in various shapes and styles for personal preferences. For example, you can find a round mirror with bronze rays like the sun coming from the mirror or a basic rectangle mirror with a bronze border. Mirrors add a touch of vanity to the gift while still meeting the standards of a traditional bronze gift for the anniversary.

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