Money may not be able to buy you love, but it certainly can buy your loved one something to remember. What we have here are some gift ideas to make your Valentine’s Day truly significant.

Cartier’s Love Bracelet designed by Aldo Cipullo back in the 1970s is and for evermore an icon. This latest version sports an oval shape and comes punctuated with screws. When fastened with a special screwdriver, it symbolises the sealing of your relationship and commitment to romance.

Dunhill Sentryman Pen. Photo: Dunhill

Dunhill Sentryman Pen. Photo: Dunhill

Dunhill’s Sentryman pen, with its distinctive broad lip shape of the lid, takes its design inspiration from the world-famous and unique British red letterbox. The new designs are plated in silver or platinum with diamond, and carry a limited-edition number and London assay mark.

Montblanc 1858 Collection timepiece. Photo: Montblanc

Montblanc 1858 Collection timepiece. Photo: Montblanc

For the very first time, Montblanc has unveiled a timepiece using bronze. It captures the spirit of the past in a modern way, as well as combines traditional Swiss craftsmanship with a genuine material from watchmaking history. The antique-style strap further enhances the vintage vibe.

Swarovski Crystal Wishes Heart Bracelet Set. -- Swarovski

Swarovski Crystal Wishes Heart Bracelet Set. Photo: Swarovski

This Crystal Wishes set of two heart bracelets from Swarovski makes an extra special gift. You can keep one and give the other to your significant other as a symbol of a unique bond. Embellished with delicate red and clear crystal pave, the bracelets feature different metal plating.

Tory Burch Amore drop earrings. Photo: Tory Burch

According to Tory Burch, gifts that come straight from the heart are the best kind. These drop earrings by the brand will make for a meaningful keepsake. Made from brass, each earring joins a mother-of-pearl heart to a polished drop that spells out the word “amore”, complete with an enamelled lip-shaped charm.