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Why should jewelry be only a Mother's Day gift? Who made those rules? Not me. Aaron Ruff of Digby & Iona makes pieces that all have their own narratives behind them; it's like they all have their own lives. Is it strange that I'm investing so much meaning into inanimate objects? Of course not. Jewelry is special precisely because each piece can be objectively admired for its intrinsic beauty, but it really assumes a whole new level of meaning when it adorns its owner. So give your father diamonds in the form of these cufflinks. Everyone wants a little sparkle sometimes.
Digby & Iona; digbyandiona.com