Joseph Nogucci Green IRIS Murano Charm Bracelet Review

Product receive for review purposes, all opinions 100% my own.

My fashion has gone down the drain since becoming a mom, which makes me sad because before children I was always trendy, wearing stylish clothes, beautiful jewelry and fashionable bags. It seems my focus has become my children, as it does. But I’m ready to find me again. My children are 11 and six, now is the time. No more yoga pants and t-shirts. No more lazy hair days of throwing it in a messy bun. I actually just had this conversation with my husband because I feel so, well boring. Just because I’m a mom, doesn’t mean I have to write off fashion and this holiday season, my wrist will be dazzling with a gorgeous bracelet from the IRIS Beads and Charms collection by Joseph Nogucci.

For thousands of years masterful civilizations have been hand-crafting elegant glass beads of increasing sophistication and taste. From Mesopotamians to Egyptians, Mediterranean Etruscans to the Early Phoenicians, the art of glass bead making has remained an important cultural symbol of earthly and man-made beauty.

Inspired by the clandestine and noble lampworking and glassblowing crafts later mastered in history by the Venetians on the island of Murano, the IRIS Murano Bead collection is a beauty to behold.

Joseph Nogucci designer bracelets are stunning.

joseph nogucci green iris murano charm bracelet

I received the green IRIS Murano charm bracelet that arrived in an orange velvet bag. The charms of this bracelet are strung on a silver plated IRIS bracelet. There are six assorted IRIS glass beads in various designs. Each of the glass beads are handmade, making this bracelet even more beautiful. Between the glass beads are five Rhodium charms. The charms add beauty complimenting each glass bead.

joseph nogucci green iris murano charm bracelet

To clasp this, there is an IRIS branded clasp that opens to fasten on the wrist. Also, included is a flower stopper clasp, to keep beads from sliding off.

joseph nogucci green iris murano charm bracelet

Isn’t it beautiful?

I adore each hand-painted glass bead with colors of blue and green. Reminds of the beach! Since, these are handmade, no bead is alike, even with the same bead choice. The charms are full of detail, completing the look. The bracelet feels high quality, the chain is a rope style so it won’t break easily (I hope) and looks wonderful no matter what I’m wearing. I appreciate that I can shop anytime for new beads or charms to change the look of my bracelet. Next I’ll choose purple colors, my favorite color!

Pure elegance.

joseph nogucci green iris murano charm bracelet

There are several complete bracelet styles you can choose, or you can have fun and build your own bracelet from choosing the band, beads and charms. Customizing your own will take a while as you browse the MANY bead and charm choices.  Bands are $40, beads and charms $13 each.

The IRIS Beads & Charms from the Joseph Nogucci collection would make wonderful gifts for holidays, birthdays or just to treat yourself. These bracelet are unique and chic!

The complete bracelets retail for $109. Visit to learn more.

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About Nichol

Nichol Haskins is a WAHM of two children, a son who is 12 and a daughter who is 7. She enjoys sharing baby & kids online shopping deals so parents can save money. Fitness and health food addicted. Find me on Google+, Twitter @KiddiesCorner and Facebook


  1. SO pretty! I love the colors, they’re so beachy, just like you said!

  2. That bracelet is absolutely gorgeous!

  3. That bracelet is beautiful. The colors are stunning. I just got a similar one from another brand. I look forward to customizing it.

  4. Ooooh that is so pretty! I’m not a huge jewelry wearer but I would totally wear this.

  5. Oh, I just love the colors of that bracelet! You are right, it is like the beach! I also love the silver band, it’ so pretty!

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