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Peace and Heart

by A MITRUKA on Apr 26, 2023

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In the 1950s, a symbol was created to represent peace and love, now commonly known as the "peace sign." It was made by Gerald Holtom as the logo for a British organization called the Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament (CND), which was part of a more significant peace movement in the UK.

The symbol was later used by people who were against war and part of counterculture movements in the US and other countries.

This heart-shaped adaption of the original symbol of peace says, "Peace and Love." 

A symbol of several significant historical moments and still considerable today, the peace sign represents calmness, feeling grounded, or rational thinking. Or it means being at peace with oneself, those around us, or our world.

The heart shape is a symbol that is known all over the world to represent romantic love and affection. However, it's hard to find out where it originally came from.

A symbol of several significant historical moments and still considerable today, the peace sign represents calmness, feeling grounded, or rational thinking. Or it represents being at peace with oneself, those around us, or our world.

Peace means not being mistreated because of things like where you come from, how you look, what you believe, or who you love. It also means feeling secure with things like having a home, enough food, and people who care about you.



The symbol initially represented the British group that was against nuclear weapons. But over time, it became a universal symbol of peace and is probably the most commonly used symbol for protests worldwide. This was during the Cold War in the 1950s when many European countries were being filled with nuclear weapons.

Luckily, the symbol's history is easy to understand and not a topic of debate. The peace sign we know today was created by Gerald Holtom in 1958 for the British group that wanted to eliminate nuclear weapons.

The symbol quickly began representing the Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament (CND). Then, in 1960, it became genuinely famous all over the world when an American student named Philip Altbach persuaded the Student Peace Union to use it.

Nowadays, we see the symbol often again because it's needed more than ever before. The person who made it was a British artist named Gerald Holtom, who came up with it on February 21, 1958, for a British group called the Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament (CND),  that's why it's also known as the CND symbol.

The peace symbol jewelry offered by From War to Peace represents the first time in history that the Peace Symbol of nuclear disarmament is created from disarmed and recycled nuclear weapons.

Built-in 1958 for the Committee for Nuclear Disarmament in Great Britain, it has become the universal symbol of peace, embraced and understood in every culture.



Heart and peace sign jewellery can have various benefits, both from a personal and societal perspective. Some potential benefits include:

  1. Promoting a positive message: Heart and peace jewelry can serve as a visual reminder of values such as love, compassion, and nonviolence. Wearing or gifting this type of jewelry can help spread positive messages and promote a culture of peace and harmony.

  2. Encouraging mindfulness and intentionality: Wearing heart and peace jewelry can serve as a daily reminder to practice mindfulness and intentionality. 

  3. Enhancing personal style: Heart and peace jewelry can be a stylish and meaningful addition to any outfit. Whether you prefer delicate, minimalist pieces or bold, statement-making accessories, there are many options available that can complement your personal style.



peace and heart sign jewellery can be a powerful way to express your values and promote positive messages.

With so many designs and options available, you can find a piece of jewelry that resonates with you and reflects your personal style. Peace and heart sign jewelry are popular symbols of love, compassion, and nonviolence.

You can buy jewellery with heart shapes for anyone, not just romantic partners. Hearts symbolize love, but love can be for anyone, like yourself, friends, or family.

Hearts can mean anything you want them to, and you can give them to anyone special in your life. However, love shouldn't be limited to one type of relationship and should be expressed more openly.



When we give our heart to someone in the romantic sense, we also offer a part of ourselves to them.

When you give the person, you love a heart-inspired piece of jewelry. You're giving them a bit of your "heart" with it. They'll be reminded of that and the love you two share when they wear it.

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Here are some simpler points for when to remove your jewelry:

  • Before swimming or doing strenuous activities, salt water, and chlorine can damage it.
  • Before applying sunscreen and bug spray, avoid getting it on your jewelry.
  • Keep it out of direct sunlight.
  • Please don't wear it in cold water.
  • Remove it before going into a hot tub or swimming pool.
  • Take it off before playing in the sand or gardening, as dirt can damage it.