PAMM Shop Mother’s Day Gift Guide

Mom deserves the world 365 days a year, so treat her to something unique from PAMM Shop. When it comes to finding the perfect gift for Mother’s Day, we have the perfect gift guide in store for you. From colorful jewelry to chic accessories, we’ve gathered some of PAMM Shop’s most unique gifts for that special lady.

PAMM members always enjoy 10% off PAMM Shop purchases. Be sure to share your Mother’s Day purchases with us on Instagram using @PAMMShop #pammshop.

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Petit Caviar Kumi Hoops by Stella Fluorescent | $248.00
San Francisco-based collaborative design studio Stella Fluorescent had mom in mind when they created these beauties. Mom will absolutely love these botanically dyed and silk braided hoop earrings, which feature a hint of bling with 14K gold.

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Origami Aurora Wallet by Carmine | $319.95
Carmine is the workshop and store of two Tokyo-based designers, Mika Nakamura and Komaku Oki. Their concept, “Enjoy Accessory”, is made up of handmade, colorful, and fun products that bring whimsy and joy to everyday experiences.

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MQuan Dish: Constellation | $58.95
Mom can place her valuables (including those Petit Caviar Hoops) in this artful ceramic MQuan dish. MQuan sees each piece she creates as a canvas for her love of drawing, painting, text, and color. This round stoneware dish is painted with cosmic constellations.

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Tenerife Necklace: Turquoise | $131.95
Created by Alex+Svet, Paris-based master artisans, this necklace is meticulously handmade (polished, thermoformed, tinted, and textured) with the highest quality material. Mom will look striking with this vibrant and sophisticated color palette.

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Theater of Shopping | $65.00
Enjoy reading the story of retail visionary Stanley Whitman and the creation of Bal Harbour Shops, one of the most successful luxury fashion shopping center in the world, and one of the last family-owned malls in America. Written by critically acclaimed author Alastair Gordon, Theater of Shopping is a cultural history of both place and personal legacy.

 

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