This Valentine show your love with Amore & Baci
Source: BI-ME , Author: Posted by BI-ME staff
Posted: Tue January 31, 2012 3:19 pm

UAE. Amore & Baci, the Italian composable jewellery brand, reveals the many ways of showing one’s love: Beautiful bead and colour combinations, create unique jewellery pieces with a truly personal touch.

Featuring beads of different shapes and figures in 925 sterling silver, hand-made Murano beads, and beads made with sparkling Swarovski, zirconia, enamel, and pearl among others, each Amore & Baci piece is carefully designed by Italian artisans, ensuring high quality standards at all times.

Fine details, original patterns and exquisite colours define each Amore & Baci bead – taking inspiration from Italy’s illustrious world of fashion -- making it a valuable gift for your special one or when you simply want to indulge yourself to a lovely treat.

This Valentine, be creative with Amore & Baci, your most personal design choice.

Pictured: Amore & Baci sterling silver bracelet with Swarovksi beads and heart-shaped silver bead charm. SRP: AED910.00

Notes: Still in the mood for love? Like us on our Amore & Baci Middle East Facebook Page and watch out for fun contests and special prizes.

Amore & Baci is available at Dalya kiosks in Dubai Mall and at the Mall of the Emirates, Clarity fine jewelry shop at the Gold and Diamond Park, and Point Zero Accessories at the Central Market in Abu Dhabi. Watch out as well for the opening of Amore & Baci in Paris Gallery Dubai Mall, Bawadi Mall and Abu Dhabi Mall.

Amore & Baci is also available in Kuwait, Qatar, Saudi, Lebanon, and Syria and is exclusively distributed by Christian Bernard Middle East, the regional subsidiary of the Christian Bernard Group.

 

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