Heartfelt ways to say love

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February 09, 1997|By VIDA ROBERTS | VIDA ROBERTS,SUN FASHION EDITOR

Even the gruffest males seem to enter into the romantic spirit of Valentine's Day. That may mean a last-minute stop at the florist's, a perfume refill or an excessive assortment of chocolates. Some men, however, expend a lot of thought in finding the perfect love token. What better than a heart, the universal symbol of love's core? There may be the one man in town who is able to bag the $90,000, nine-carat, heart-shaped diamond solitaire that is idling in the vaults at J. Brown's Jewelers. Setting and designs are extra. Other men may choose to pick up a $1 key-chain and attach it to an original poem. It's the thought that counts, and hearts come in all forms and prices.

Pub Date: 2/09/97

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