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Article: Top Gifts for Mother's Day

Top Gifts for Mother's Day

Celebrate Mom! This Mother's Day, give her something that will show how much you really care. We chose the top gifts for Mother's Day that are guaranteed to wow.

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KISMET Jewelry

KISMET jewelry is quite unique, with inspired shapes and designs that encourage women to be true to themselves. 

KISMET Star Collection: This collection was inspired by stars.The collection pairs the sharp geometric lines of a star with brilliant diamonds.

KISMET Lumiere Collection: This collection was inspired by polarities, like day and night or light and dark. The designs include with spiral, round and teardrop forms merged with gold and diamonds.


 

Star Bangle with Champagne Diamonds

$3,170

Pinwheel Choker with White Diamonds

$640

Star Ring with Champagne Diamonds

$1,490

White Diamond Bangle

$2,662

 

Unique Pens from Eagle Pen Company

Nouveau Garden Fountain Pen

This Nouveau Garden pen was designed by miniature artist Lynn Peterson and inspired by the form of Venus-esque women in art history and lush gardens.  Beauty, grace, and delicate colors combine beautifully in this limited edition, one-of-one fountain pen.  

$2,500

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Copper Ballpoint Pen

For this Copper Ballpoint Pen, raw copper has been hammered into thin sheets to create the riveted, industrial look. The pen is sealed in a glassy, protective resin to protect the intricate, delicate materials.

$295

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Golden Pheasant Fountain Pen

The wood used in this one of a kind, hand-painted pen is Huanghuali.  Huanghuali, which translates to “ancient flowering pear,” was the wood of the Qing Dynasty royalty (1644-1912). It was harvested to extinction for use in creating royal thrones, cups, tables, and beds. To complement the rich wood in the pen body, miniature artist Lynn Peterson hand-painted golden pheasants on the pen cap.

$3,500

 

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Cherry Blossom Ballpoint Pen

This limited edition Cherry Blossom ballpoint pen was designed by miniature artist Lynn Peterson and inspired by the beautiful cherry blossom blooms of Washington, DC.  The solid pen body is crafted from Yoshino cherry wood.

$1,750

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Original Posters

These original posters honor women and all that they did for the war effort. Shop these antique posters, which are fully framed and ready for gifting.

 

"Enlist in a Proud Profession" Vintage WWII U.S. Cadet Nurse Corps Recruitment Poster

Was $2,500 | Now $1,750

"Joan of Arc Saved France" WWI War Savings Stamps Poster by Haskell Coffin, Circa 1918

Was $2,250 | Now $1,575

"If You Want to Fight! / Join the Marines" Vintage WWI Poster by Howard Chandler Christy, 1915

Was $4,250 | Now $2,975

 

Unique Picks That Are Sure to Make Her Smile

Matched Set of Sterling Silver Pheasants, Circa 1890

A beautiful matched pair of antique silver pheasants, c. 1890. One struts with tail raised and head turned to the side. The other pheasant flaps its wings, with head tilted to the side. With finely delineated feathers, half open beaks, and fierce eyes, this is an expressive pair of birds.

Was $3,950 | Now $2,765

 

The Fun of It, Signed First Edition by Amelia Earhart, 1932

This first edition copy of The Fun of It: Random Records of My Own Flying and of Women in Aviation is signed by Amelia Earhart opposite her portrait. Published by Brewer, Warren & Putnam in New York in 1932, the book has been beautifully rebound in quarter crushed morocco leather with gilt embossed decorations on the spine. It is housed in a matching archival slipcase.

Was $3,950 | Now $2,765

 

Gone with the Wind by Margaret Mitchell, First Edition, First Printing, Signed by Mitchell, 1936

Presented is a first edition copy from the first printing of Gone with the Wind. A signed letter by the author to Senator White concerning her novel is tipped in. The book was printed out of New York by The Macmillan Company in 1936. Even as Mitchell’s only novel, the book gained impressive attention and was later adapted into a motion picture in December of 1939. There were only ten thousand copies produced in the book’s first edition printing.

Was $7,950 | Now $5,565

Grant and Hepburn Collage

Featuring autographs from Audrey Hepburn and Cary Grant, this collage showcases the friendship between two remarkable actors. Sitting below a photograph of Grant and Hepburn, a card reads, “Thanks Cary Grant” in slanted, dark ink. Just below that, a photograph of Hepburn speaking with Grant on the set of Charade is autographed by Audrey Hepburn.

Was $2,950 | Now $2,065

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Shop more top picks that celebrate women in this full collection:

Women's History Collection

Amelia Earhart Collage

 

 

 

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