Juno Lucina : For the mom to be…


This expectant father gives his wife a meaningful gift of appreciation that symbolizes his desire to protect the two most important people in his life — his partner and the child they’re expecting.

Safety is one of the primarily concerns any father-to-be has when his wife is expecting a baby. Providing security for his family is typically a dad’s ultimate goal throughout fatherhood.

Juno Lucina, the Original Push Gift, represents the safeguarding of both mother and child. The signature pendant symbolizes the hands of Juno Lucina cradling the heads of both mom and baby (the diamonds). The luxury jewelry collection and its iconic purple box, serve to commemorate a mother’s journey from conception to childbirth.

A push present is typically given in the final stage of pregnancy by a loved one. However, it’s never too late to appreciate her journey!

See the Juno Lucina pendant collection in Jewelry Warehouse stores or online here. 


About Jewelry Warehouse

Jewelry Warehouse is a locally owned jewelry store that has 2 locations located in Columbia SC. We have been voted best jewelry store by the State newspaper – the largest paper in SC, for 22 years in a row. Originally founded in 1969, George Satterfield started the Jewelry Warehouse. It was his vision to always get quality jewelry but to price lower than traditional jewelry stores. After 40 years his vision has continued even after his death in 2005. With the growth and development of the internet, the plan is stronger than ever as not only does The Jewelry Warehouse still offer the best price and quality in SC, it now has the best pricing in the United States! People from California to New York now can get jewelry that is sold in the cities for significantly more, at South Carolina pricing. With a satisfaction Guarantee, buying from Jewelry Warehouse gives people everywhere a risk free opportunity to try us and save on quality merchandise.
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