Friday, September 30, 2016

Better Rest, Better Life

Posted by Keller & George at 4:01:52 PM in Philip Stein (1)

If you have trouble sleeping and prefer a natural sleep aid, the Philip Stein Sleep Bracelet may be what you are looking for.

It is a soft, light-weight bracelet embedded with Philip Stein's natural frequency technology.

NFT, or natural frequency technology, is a phenomenon first explored by a German physicist, Winfried Otto Schumann, in 1952. He proposed that there are natural electromagnetic waves surround the earth. Eight years later, a biologist did experiments showing that these waves can have a positive effect on the health and overall wellbeing of humans.

So how does the sleep bracelet work? As the frequency technology contacts your skin, you resonate the same as the earth's frequency. Now your body can function at optimum capacity using its own energy to regain your natural strength and aid in your quality of sleep. Much like a tuning fork, the frequency is emitted from the bracelet and the body tunes into it.

The sleep bracelet requires no batteries or power, is easy to use, and comes in two attractive styles. It allows you to experience deep quality sleep and wake refreshed with feeling drowsy. Simply put it on your wrist 15 to 20 minutes before going to bed or taking a nap and take it off when you wake.

If you are suffering from poor sleep, you may want to try Philip Stein's Sleep Bracelet and experience the feeling of rejuvenation that comes from a body that is well rested. 

Friday, September 23, 2016

Color my world

Posted by Keller & George at 10:00:00 AM in Bellarri (2)

Oscar Wilde once said, “Mere color can speak to the soul in a thousand different ways." Indeed, the power of color to communicate and influence is monumental in life that it is used in many things to convey messages and meanings even without the use of words. Even business organizations harness the power of color to create persuasive, dominant brands, thus better sales and market control. Even in the world of jewelry, the long-standing preference for plain, monochromatic pieces is already changing as more and more people are embracing colored gemstones, even multi-colored designs. Even when colored jewelry is considered too daring and non-conformist, Bellari is already famous for its kaleidoscopic yet elegant pieces that even traditionalists can’t help but admire. Why not checkout Bellari’s stunning multihued jewelry collections and see how colors can really make a difference in a jewelry piece. Besides, elegance should never be plain-looking.
Bellarri is available at Keller & George on Millmont St., Charlottesville.

Friday, September 16, 2016

Sine pari (without equal)

Posted by Keller & George at 8:35:00 AM in Ball Watch (26)

“The green beret is a symbol of excellence, a badge of courage, a mark of distinction in the fight for freedom.” Inspired by these extraordinarily sublime qualities in men, Ball designed a fitting timepiece for our modern-day heroes in uniform—the Ball Engineer II Green Berets Timepiece. This new watch manifests pure engineering expertise in an impressive, leading edge style integrating Ball’s superior technology with those of the military elite to bring forth another timepiece of incomparable accuracy. Set on an exceptionally simple black dial with an engaging array of top-of-the-line technological features, the Ball Engineer II Green Berets pays tribute to the deep tradition of military accuracy and mechanical engineering elaborated through a captivating company of timekeeping features. This new addition to the already illustrious Ball Engineer II collection smoothly integrates fortitude with accuracy and a unique functionality that enables Ball’s automatic caliber RR1103-C to seamlessly work with magnificence, propriety and equanimity.
Ball is available at Keller & George on Millmont St., Charlottesville.

Friday, September 09, 2016

Served on a silver platter

Posted by Keller & George at 11:00:00 AM in William Yeoward (1)

It was in the 1600s when crystal decanters were first used for storing liquids like wine. While they were mainly used for storage and serving wine and spirits, early decanters also functioned as art objects, most of which are hand-blown and hand engraved to achieve elaborate beauty and design. In the 1800s, the society’s elite and powerful had the privilege of using classic crystal decanters, which made them as status symbols just like precious jewelry. It was the practice of placing crystal decanters on top of silver trays, especially when serving wine to the rich during special galas that made people coin that famous related adage. Today, crystal decanters still retain their essence if they’re made following the traditional, hand-made, and artistic approach, such as those by the London-based crystal maker William Yeoward. For one, checkout its magnificent Tara Decanter—perfect for serving port or claret with its breathtaking facet cutting. 
William Yeoward is available at Keller & George on Millmont St., Charlottesville.

Friday, September 02, 2016

The fine art of wine tasting

Posted by Keller & George at 8:00:00 AM in Waterford (1)

Wine has been a core element of man’s culture since ancient times, while the practice of wine tasting had been a formal form of art since the 14th century. Virtuoso wine connoisseurs are considered a rare breed, and their expert knowledge serves a big deal in matters on wine tasting. The very practice of wine tasting is considered as a multi-sensory episode, involving core elements such as the wine’s appearance, aftertaste, aroma in the glass, and sense in the mouth. Even the element of sound, from the opening of the bottle and when it is poured to a glass, is an important consideration. It’s no wonder that wine aficionados demand only the first-rate wine glasses that can adequately complement and even enhance the finest wines, just like the Elegance collection by Waterford, where each piece is especially designed to properly capture the profound flavor of the best wines, be it a  Sauvignon Blanc, Merlot or Shiraz.
Waterford is available at Keller & George on Millmont St., Charlottesville.


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