Jewelry is another option for gifting this Mother’s Day. For people with deeper pockets and money to spare, a piece of jewelry can be a gift option for mom as it will definitely make her eyes sparkle when she opens the box.
Jewelry buying can be a tough decision to make especially if intended for someone special, as more than just its aesthetic or monetary value, you may need to choose a piece with meaning attached to it. For Mother’s Day, John Hardy’s iconic Dot Collection has items that any mom may love to own. The collection is designed with no beginning and no end, symbolic of boundless love and infinite possibilities.
For stylish career moms who are always polished as they dash off from one meeting to another, the timeless gold bracelets from the Dot motif is a perfect jewelry for her as it can seamlessly transcend from workweek to weekend accessory.
We all know that being a mother can be a stressful job, coupled with more responsibilities of being a wife and a career woman. John Hardy’s jewelries with powerful healing stones may be the perfect gift for her. Not only do they look good, they also promote harmony between the physical and spiritual self. Check designs with Rock Crystal, also known as the “Light Master,” with the stone believed to amplify and restore energy to promote focus and clarity. Jewelries with Onyx, touted as a stone that is a “Dark Healer,” protects from negative energy transforming, darkness to happiness and prosperity. Part of the season’s latest style is the bold bangles accented with Onyx and Rock Crystal. The symbol of the design evokes the fundamentals of motherhood – life, love, strength and protection.
Every John Hardy piece is intricately crafted by hand; each little dot is hand soldered onto heated metal – a testament to the enduring love of the brand’s dedicated artisans. It is the perfect jewelry for the special woman in our lives.
John Hardy is exclusively available at the Rustan’s Silver Vault located in Rustan’s Makati, Shangri-La and Cebu.
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