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Gift Guide | Rose-Colored Glasses
A lover's gift guide, steeped in Old World romance and the delicate, ever-fragrant petals of a rose.
Let us inspire your Valentine's day with a twist on tradition while keeping your rose-colored glasses on.
A 12-piece truffle tin created by Louis Sherry chocolatier, who was the first to craft American chocolate in the French tradition and present it as a luxury gift in a decorative tin.
Born of the Gilded Age in New York, 1881, Louis Sherry was the first to craft American chocolate in the French tradition, and present it as a luxury gift enclosed in a decorative tin.
The Tuileries line was conceived as an homage to the rose, the Queen’s favorite flower throughout her life, seen in the pink-tinted glass and fragrance it holds.
Founded in 1643, Claude Trudon sold his first candle out of a small Parisian shop that would someday hold the Royal Wax Manufacture, and be the only one of its time to innovate perfectly white beeswax candles that would then supply the Imperial court of France.
Truly delightful, these Rose mints are sweet, with a subtly minty taste. These all-natural candies are housed in a vintage decorative tin, with about 30 mints per tin.
Made in France.
Intricately detailed and rich with color, the charms of our Aristocrate line are cast from vintage prayer coins, cameos, intaglios, and glass stones sourced across Europe, promising to bestow beauty, protection, and strength to whomever the wearer may be.
Fallen Aristocrat is a collection of enchanting jewelry inspired by wanderlust, longing, and a fall from grace.
A petite, round tray, this objet d'art features a large, pale pink rose with green leaves and blueberries from an 18th century fan découpaged beneath handblown glass by John Derian in his New York studio.
Please read more about John Derian's history and artwork at our blog here!
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