Keep it Glassy, Fellas
Capture her heart the old-fashioned way
These days, romantic courtship is all about dating apps and websites. But if seeking love through a screen seems frigidly digital to you, don’t worry,
we’re right there with you. At Stauer, we keep it classy by subscribing to time-tested love languages: the gifting of jewelry, of course, and also the age-
old symbol of the heart.
The hearts we exchange on Valentine’s Day might look nothing like the ticker in your chest, but they’ve been circulating since at least the 15th
century, when the symbol was first used to communicate romantic affection. Since then, it has appeared in everything from fine art to chocolate,
from hand-drawn notes to handmade glass beadwork forged in one of the most romantic places on Earth: Murano, Italy.
Allow us to present our Love Language Bracelet, our latest collaboration with the skilled artisans of Venice. Using Murano’s famed aventurine
technique — perfected over hundreds of years — each rose-colored bead is a shimmering pool of light and texture, showcasing suspended flecks and
swirls for added depth and intrigue. Complete with yellow gold-finished settings, it’s jewelry designed to capture her heart by conveying what’s in
yours. So, whether you’re courting someone new or fanning an old flame, you have a choice to make: You can text her a heart emoji, or you can gift
her a symbol of your love that she’ll cherish forever with the Murano Love Language Bracelet.
- Original Murano Glass
- Yellow Gold-finished setting
- (6) heart 12x13mm Murano Glass
- (7) round accent pink beads
- (15) round Gold-finished accent beads
- 8" + 1 1/2" Length
- Lobster clasp
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