'Mother’s Day is a great time to show mom your appreciation and gratitude. I prefer giving jewelry or taking her out for an experience,' says Mario Christian of Joseph Nogucci.
Toronto (PRWEB) April 23, 2014
Most moms agree that flowers and brunch are nice Mother’s Day gifts, but why not give mom a gift that will last forever? Joseph Nogucci, the Toronto-based jeweler known for their architecturally-inspired pieces, is releasing a special Mother’s Day charm that can be worn on their signature Iris bracelets or any other charm bracelets mom has in her collection.
“Mother’s Day is a great time to show mom your appreciation and gratitude. What I always try to do is plan ahead to find something unique that she’ll remember. I prefer giving jewelry or taking her out for an experience,” says Mario Christian of Joseph Nogucci.
The Iris Mother’s Day charms include two separate pieces that form a heart, creating a thoughtful reminder of your special bond. The word “mother” is inscribed on one-half of the heart while the other piece says “daughter.” The versatile dual charm set fits on most standard European bracelet bands, such as Pandora or Trollbeads, and can also be worn on a chain as a pendant. The charms are polished rhodium-plated and available for $26.
If charms aren’t mom’s thing, create a colorful stack of Morfologi Wavemakers in bright spring colors like magenta, purple, green and white or gift her with a classic gold, rose gold or rhodium (silver) Wavemaker that will complement her other jewelry.
Follow Joseph Nogucci on Facebook to receive notifications about exclusive sales. Receive 30 percent off your Iris purchase with the code MOM30 from now until Mother’s Day, May 11th, 2014.
For more information on Joseph Nogucci, please visit: shop.josephnogucci.com.
About Joseph Nogucci
Founded in 2011, Joseph Nogucci is a design firm based out of Toronto specializing in proprietary designed jewelry. The Nogucci Brand also owns the designs and exclusive rights to both the IRIS brand of beads and charms and Morfologi, a line of 3D printed archi-jewelry. The brand appeals to a young, up and coming demographic with a focus on trend setting design by a team of University of Toronto Architecture graduates. Joseph Nogucci, IRIS and Morfologi represent a design collective dedicated to offering quality, well designed products with an attention to detail, craftsmanship and customer care. Visit shop.josephnogucci.com.