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November 29, 2013

Own a piece of the Eiffel Tower in a Necklace or Bracelet


The Eiffel Tower is undeniably the world’s most famous and beloved landmark, immediately recognized the world over. More than 250,000,000 fortunate visitors have seized the opportunity to experience the Grande Dame of Paris up close and personal, though the vast majority have availed themselves of the convenience afforded by elevators to ascend the tower’s heights.

In 1983, the spiral staircase was removed from the Eiffel Tower to address safety and structural concerns. The spiral staircase was sub-divided into twenty-four segments, one of which remains at the first level of the Eiffel Tower today, still sporting its original coat of vermilion red paint! 

The owner sold one segment (lower portion) in June of 2011 through renowned auction house Christie’s (with provenance cited as the Ader-Picard-Tajan auction, Vente de L’escalier de la Tour Eiffel, 1 December 1983, Paris). 
Korbella™ acquired their companion (upper portion) segment from the same seller in late 2011.

Korbella™ has diligently maintained control and oversight of the staircase throughout the process of creating the beautiful Eiffel Tower Forever jewelry collection. Each limited production piece of the Eiffel Tower Forever jewelry collection acquired through Korbella™ will include a certificate of authenticity.

Korbella Eiffel Tower Jewelry puts a piece of Eiffel Tower around your neck or wrist. What a neat idea, especially for a holiday gift.

I am obsessed with all things French or Paris-related, and I was thrilled to have a chance to own a piece of the Eiffel Tower via Korbella's necklace. They're beautiful, and the story behind the jewelry is so enchanting. It's romantic and perfect for the person in your life who loves to travel. What a beautiful souvenir!

This jewelry can be purchased online at www.korbella.com

Many thanks to korbella for providing this necklace for review.

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