Holiday Gift Guide: Dreaming of Paris with Korbella

Disclosure: This is a sponsored post. I received a complimentary bracelet in exchange for this review. No other compensation was provided.

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Do you dream of one day visiting Paris or know someone who does? But unfortunately your bank account and your dreams do not seem to line up. Well here is the perfect gift for that person on your list who dreams of Paris. Korbella has a line of Eiffel Tower Jewelry that is too die for. I was lucky enough to be able to review their beautiful Eiffel Tower Charm Bracelet and I was so impressed.

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First, I was impressed with the packaging of the item. It came in a beautiful red box with a red bow with an Eiffel Tower Charm attached. Then when I opened the package I found a red velvet bag with the charm bracelet inside. I thought to myself if the product is anything like the packaging I was going to love it and I was right.

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The bracelet was absolutely gorgeous. I loved that it came with a certificate of authenticity. In this certificate it states that this rare and precious artifact comes from  a segment of the Eiffel Tower’s spiral staircase. How cool is that, the bracelet  is actually made out of part of the Eiffel Tower

Just look at the description.

 GENUINE & UNIQUE EIFFEL TOWER ARTIFACT. Limited production. Rhodium charm bracelet.

Beautiful, classic charm bracelet featuring three charms inspired by Paris and playfully interpreted by Korbella:

  • A sleek and contemporary Eiffel Tower; the most perfect icon of Paris.
  • A heart-shaped padlock, capturing the spirit of the Pont des Arts and its “love locks.” For those of you who haven’t heard, here’s the story: couples write their names on a padlock and lock it to one of the bridges, throwing away the key into the Seine River to symbolize their everlasting love!
  • A quatrefoil (from Latin, meaning “four leaves”), updated with Korbella’s signature latticework design, and containing a precious piece of genuine iron from the Eiffel Tower!

Some of the earliest quatrefoils were found in the Cathedral of Notre Dame in Paris in 1260. Some cultures believe the four petals represent the four corners of the earth, while others view it as a symbol of good fortune. The appealing proportions and symmetry have also come to symbolize harmony, and the design has found its way into art, architecture, luxury fashion and accessories all over the world.


Even though the cost of this bracelet is a little pricey , this would be the perfect gift to give on a special occasion. It is worth the price you pay for it.

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