Are You Bonifate?
Monday December 6th 2010
This unusual word is part of a new campaign and Website for Bogo Jewelry. The business provides loose diamonds and unique custom jewelry to a select group of private customers.
A true testament to "word-of-mouth" marketing and to a unique collection of words lost over 100 to 200 years ago, Bogo Jewelry makes one-of-a-kind engagement, wedding and annivesary rings, earrings, diamond bracelets and more.
So when did the word Bonifate originate and what does it mean? According to The Phontistery, a Website that lists rare words, most lost from the English language, Bonifate emerged in 1656 and means "lucky or fortunate."
The company continues to grow and the new Website has brought increased traffic and interest. If you're looking for an unusual gift this holiday and words you don't come across every day, visit barrybogojewelry.com.