Talking about all things lunar that move us, change us and link us.
“There's a lover's moon tonight
Shining down on half of this world
So many souls are in its light...”
The mythic Lover’s Moon illuminates the night, shining down on us with its magic light. Couples gaze at it, holding one another close and promising to love each other forever. But what if you’re unattached? Can you still feel the magic of the Lover’s Moon? Look to the heavens and make your wish. It’s believed all wishes are magnified under the Lover’s Moon.
Whatever your status, you’ll feel the love this Valentine’s Day and everyday with a gift so uniquely you, you’ll never want to take it off. Edgy and elegant, Moonglow’s artisan-crafted jewelry embraces the mystery of the moon while celebrating a personal earthly moment you hold dear. Whether it’s your birthday or that of your lover, the day you tied the knot or achieved an important goal, every meaningful milestone is meant to be celebrated and remembered.
Equally enjoyable for men and women, Moonglow’s distinctive designs are easy standouts for every style god and goddess. Each piece coordinates with your significant moment in time, and like the moon, catches the rays of the sun by day to illuminate in darkness -- creating a soft soulful glow that’s sure to be a conversation starter.
SHOOT THE MOON WITH US! We love hearing your comments and stories...
Joanne Voelker - "What could be better than the glow of a moon and a floating heart! I was my Dad's Valentine the year I was born. Valentines Day is a great day to celebrate with my sister, Judy Cassese! Let the Moonglow Jewelry shine!"
"Red hair don't care." -
"I can't tag Moonglow in my post so I will post this to my wall & yours.
@ Brandy Lowry since this would be a great gift to me. I love all of the Moonglow jewelry!"
"Love the walk on the moon bracelet but is it possible to add two additional charms to it? a second moonphase date choice and a constellation charm?"
A Little Lunar Knowledge
February’s full moon called Full Snow Moon
so named for being the month that typically has the heaviest
snowfall. According to The Old Farmer’s Almanac, it was also called
“Hunger Moon” or “Bone Moon” by Native American tribes
since it appeared during a month when hunting
and trapping became difficult and people gnawed on bones
and ate bone marrow soup.
IN OUR ORBIT
Be uniquely you in moon-inspired prints @ Fashionista NOW
WOW 'em in this Moon Landscape Dress by Ana González
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Experience MOONGLOW. Every Moment Has A Moon.