Tuesday, January 15, 2013

One Meaning: Romantic & Sophisticated Jewelry

Here is a company that offers some of the most creative jewelry I've seen in a long time.  One Meaning is a line of jewelry and apparel founded in 2008 by best friends, Karen Chesleigh and Ingrid Hobbs.

Their core design is a beautiful butterfly created from a code for "I love you".  This unique butterfly is made up of three numbers:  8-1-3.  This stands for 8 letters, 3 words and 1 meaning for the phrase "I love you".  The 1 is in the middle because love is the center of everything.  How brillliant and beautiful.

You will find their "code" incorporated into all of their pieces from dragonflies to bar codes.  All of their chic jewelry is made in Manhattan.  Celebrities who have One Meaning jewelry include Dakota Fanning, Taylor Swift, Frank Romano, Anderson Cooper and the one and only, Tony Bennett.


This "I love you" Butterfly Necklace features the classic 8-1-3 code.  Wearing this will remind you of the power of love.  Available in silver, white or yellow gold, and micro-pave (shown above).  



Mini versions are also available so you and your daughter can share the same meaningful necklace together.  The standard size is about the size of a nickel.  The mini size is roughly the size of a dime.  Your necklace will come on an 18" chain.




The "Om in Love" Barcode Dog Tag is such a unique and hip piece.  This cool dog tag features a barcode of 8-1-3.  This necklace was named in honor of a classic rock pro, acclaimed musician and songwriter, Frank Romano.  He has worn this while on tour with Rob Thomas, and while rocking out with Justin Timberlake and Usher.


This masculine piece looks great with t-shirts and jeans.  It includes a 30" ball chain.  Tag measures 1.25" x 1.75".


Visit One Meaning today to start shopping for Valentine's Day.  Their unforgettable jewelry would make a special gift for your beloved this year.

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4 comments:

  1. Love this! Thanks for sharing :)
    Cindy

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  2. This is truly creative. You could give this to your child as a reminder of I Love You and their classmates would never have to know the "true meaning" of the necklace!

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