exclusive! Heidi Daus "Beautiful Bon-Bon" Crystal Pin
Overview & Details
Heidi Daus "Beautiful Bon-Bon" Crystal Pin
Treat yourself to a rich, sparkling crystal confection. Heidi's decadent candy design is high in style but low in calories, so you can enjoy the guilt-free style snack throughout the holiday season.
- Holiday-inspired, rectangular twist candy covered with petite, pavé round crystals
- Diagonal channel of princess-cut glass stones
- This piece contains light Siam- and fern green-color crystals and glass stones
Good to Know
|Measurements:||Approx. 2-1/4"L x 5/8"W x 1/2"H|
|Country of Origin:||China|
|Warranty:||Manufacturer's lifetime limited|
Precious Jewel of a Pin
Very unique and amazingly impactful! I was tempted to buy this pin the moment I saw it but waited awhile and finally decided that it is likely I'll wear it on the neckline of a sweater (for just a little something-something sparkle) every Christmas for years to come! I also bought Heidi's "Sugar-Free Sparkler" pin and it's also a keeper. The HSN box that it came in doesn't bother me at all because I collect jewelry, not boxes.141414Cal1, VAWas this review helpful? 0 out of 0 found this review helpful
No Designer Packaging
I bought several beautiful Heidi pins for Christmas presents, but was disappointed that they do not come in Heidi's designer packaging. The ugly grey boxes make the pins look like they came from any store in the mall. Very disappointed. Yes the pins are pretty but I cannot give them for the thoughtful gifts I intended. No presentation. Returned.Anonymous576, OHWas this review helpful? 4 out of 7 found this review helpful
Timeless elegance and heirloom charm imbue these high-end, vintage-style jewelry pieces that offer distinct design and signature color. Each Heidi Daus creation is handcrafted for exceptional beauty, using such treasures as semi-precious stones, crystals and antique gold finishes. Cutting-edge technology combines metals, finishes and textures into antique reproductions and art-deco inspired pieces that are in a class by themselves.
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