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Something About Silver

Hey Neighbors!

Here is a really nice company that recently contacted us about working with them.  It is called Something About Silver.  They have some beautiful jewelry for you!  I was able to choose between three different necklace styles.  I chose an initial necklace for my daughter in silver.




It is a very delicate looking necklace.  M loves it.  She brought it on the trip with us.  We were able to choose from silver or gold.  The chain was available in 17 inch, but can be customized up to 19 inches.  She will be wearing this on Sunday and to special dinners and such on this trip.  You can wear many of the necklaces with casual or dress clothes.



Something About Silver has necklaces, bracelets, rings and charms.

About Something About Silver:
We specialize in personalized hand stamped jewelry. We offer a wide selection of handmade necklaces as well as bracelets, rings and keepsakes that are certain to be the perfect gift or will become a cherished piece of jewelry. All of our jewelry is fabricated by hand in our Florida studio.



The necklace arrived in a nice gift box, tied with a ribbon.  There was a small fabric bag inside that contained the necklace.  What a nice gift idea for that special someone!

The winner will receive their choice of:

1.Tiny initial block letter necklace on a delicate chain in choice of sterling silver or gold filled.
2.Tiny heart on a delicate chain in choice of sterling silver or gold filled.
3.Hand Stamped bar necklace with the word LOVE or another word of your choice in sterling silver or gold filled

Below are the other two necklace options!


This is a combined giveaway with PI of Products, so you will get extra entries for following, liking etc, PI of Products pages.  We will be working together for the next couple of weeks.

Disclosure:I received no monetary compensation for this post.  I did receive a necklace for review purposes.  All quotes in red are taken from the sponsor's website or email.  All thoughts and opinions are mine.





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Comments

Darlene said…
I would love the heart.
DEBIJOT said…
I would pick the initial necklace
scottsgal said…
i would get my initial in silver
msboatgal at aol.com
Kimberly said…
I like the Stamped Bar Necklace
tawndam said…
tiny heart is SS ♥
Kfloveinme said…
I would get the heart or initial.Sooo cute!
Miranda said…
I think I would choose the heart
Shelly Peterson said…
I like the initial block letter necklace
Kim said…
I would love the initial
Patricia N said…
I'd like to have the block initial necklace
andrea v said…
I like the initial
Theresa said…
It's hard to choose but I think I would pick the initial necklace.
Heather! said…
I would like the initial necklace!
Thanks!
h4schaffer at gmail dot com
Unknown said…
I would love to win the heart (sterling silver).
(my name in the Rafflecopter=Lauren Rochon)
TheVegan said…
I'd choose the hand stamped bar necklace.
veganvigilante_bethechange(at)yahoo.com
Emillie Rose said…
initial block letter necklace in silver.
Shelley P said…
I'd pick the initial block letter necklace. So pretty!
michedt said…
I'd pick the heart. I think this would be a very nice gift. Thanks!
Michelle Tucker

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