Wednesday, October 07, 2015

Celebrating elegance... the Rembrandt way!!!

Rembrandt Harmenszoon van Rijn was born in 1606, and is generally considered one of the greatest and most celebrated painters and etchers in European art and in Dutch history.

The return of the prodigal son is one of Rembrandt's final oil paintings, painted only 2 years prior to his death. In it, the wretched son returns home to a waiting father...

Rembrandt paints with such elegance... it is for this reason that Ines Gloves is celebrating! Until October 13, 2015, we are offering 30% off of the entire glove collection! Just enter the discount code ELEGANCE upon checkout and wait eagerly for your new glovey friends to arrive!

Rembrandt has often painted to show aristocratic elegance in his subjects, which is exactly what Ines Gloves tries to do! A pair of extra-long stretch leather gloves do well to enhance the elegance of any ensemble, in any century.

You may not believe it, but Ines Gloves are so timeless that their designs extend back to the time of Rembrandt! Even his portrait Jan Six shows the subject wearing black leather gauntlet gloves...

We invite you to join us in celebrating the elegance of Rembrandt and reward your personal style with a pair of Ines Gloves!

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