The modern holiday known as Mother’s Day was first celebrated in 1908. It began when an American woman named Anna Jarvis held a memorial for her late mother, Ann Reeves Jarvis, who was a peace activist during the American Civil War. She cared for soldiers on both sides of the war, and her daughter wanted to continue honoring her posthumously. American President Woodrow Wilson officially declared the second Sunday in May “Mother’s Day”, and a national holiday in 1914. Now the Holiday is celebrated all over the world as a way to honor Mothers everywhere. But what to get your mother on her special day?
It’s that time of year, when we should all be thinking about how to show our mothers that we love and adore them. Here at ZYDO Italy we have the perfect idea for you! Why not give her a one of a kind, handmade, selection of fine Italian jewelry. It will appeal to both her classic sense of style and elegance, while also touching on her desire to remain unique as only your mother can be.
She’s nurtured and cared for you through all of life’s’ ups and downs. Whether it was a scrape on the knee as a child, or giving you the support you needed through that first big breakup. She’s always been there for you, in every way possible. The good news is now you have the opportunity to return the favor! This year, we have suggested giving her something special, that she’ll love for years to come. Every time she puts it on, it will remind her of the special bond you two share. That’s why we have recommend choosing something from our magnificent Blooming Collection.
This collection, inspired by the magical time of year when everything around us is blooming in brilliant colorful combinations, showcases breathtaking blue, stunning pink and exotic orange sapphires. Many of which are set in classic yellow gold. This collection is unparalleled in its timeless, authentic beauty, and what better way to compliment the same features in your mother. She’s been there for you through thick and thin, and now it’s your turn to give back.
Happy Mother’s Day!