Most Beautiful and Highly Esteemed Friends:
Your adoring Museum Store has so many gifts that say “I love you,” you may very well swoon with delight! Read on to uncover some of our favorite gifts, then check out the online Valentine’s Day gift guide for more inspirational ideas to help you lavish your beloved with objects of affection.
Valentine’s is the perfect opportunity to give the gift of luxury, like the smooth extravagance of 100% silk or the softest of leather. Wrap someone you love in an artful scarf saturated in the rich colors of a dancer painting by Edgar Degas or the balanced precision of a geometric tie.
Jewelry always goes straight to the heart, especially when it’s a versatile double-sided pendant necklace with two different opulent colors to display.
The Sangria shoulder clutch is the perfect all-in-one handbag/wallet, in passionate colors that will hold the happy memories of love.
Share your favorite sweet treat with your favorite sweetie in the Alessi (PRODUCT) RED Big Love Ice Cream Bowl, complete with heart-shaped spoon. A portion of the sale of each bowl supports the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, so this is a lovingly designed gift that will send your caring feelings throughout the world!
Look no further than the Museum Store for romantic home décor that will create warm smiles for seasons to come. The ceramic hand-built and hand-painted Perched (Love)Birds tray holds the anticipation of spring, while the dichroic glass of the Amethyst Heart of Fire paperweight swirls with the infinite delight of a starlit sky.
Take your Valentine’s gift-giving to the next level by sharing your sentiments in a gift that will last; write your loving inscription in a heart-warming book that will be cherished for years to come.
Two charming options to consider are Everything I need to Know About Love I Learned from a Little Golden Book and the simply adorable Love Stories.
Wishing you all the warmth that love brings,
your admiring Museum Store
Donele Pettit-Mieding was Museum Store Marketing Manager. She organized Museum Store events, promotions, and communications and introduced visitors to art and design objects to enjoy in their daily lives.