My jewellery highlights of 2009

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Hi everyone,

Today we have a range of shows featuring jewellery highlights from 2009, as well as pieces you wished you had got for Christmas but didn't! So now is the time to treat yourself.

I've chosen two of my favourite pieces…

Mookite stretch bracelet Mookite stretch bracelet

I love the gorgeous earthy, warm tones to this bracelet. It's the perfect piece of jewellery for these wintery days. It's amazing how the colours are such a kaleidoscope – from purples to bronze, marble and pewter! It looks as though there are different gems set into the piece, but of course it's all one amazing gem – Mookite!

It's also very practical being a stretch bracelet and if you are anything like me and have gifts to buy in January (it's my mum's birthday on the 19th January and my friend Polly's on the 22nd) this is the perfect gift as it will fit all wrist sizes.

Floral diamond earrings Diamond floral cluster earrings

These earrings are stunning and as well as catching my eye they are also on the wish list of Nicola who has been my wonderful host over Christmas. We both loved the fact that these exquisite diamond earrings look expensive, classic, understated and so elegant. And lets be honest a girl can never have too many diamonds!

I think Nicola is hinting they would make a perfect "thank you for hosting Christmas" gift!

So perhaps treat to yourself for getting through Christmas or as a wonderful way to start the New Year.

Love Craig x

1 Comment

  1. john schofield January 3, 2010 at 11:39 am -  Reply

    Dear Craig
    inrresponce to your request for feed back on the 556 733 siren alarm padlock £14.74.
    I have had one since they first launched on qvc.
    I quickly found that once the batteries expired that replacement was impossible, the wiring inside was so delicate, that the battery magazine broke away, whilst removing from the housing. A replacement click in cartridge, with contact connection would be a more practicable option.
    Also my version does freeze in winter and requires regular oiling to keep free.No longer having an alarm its
    a expensive lock.
    hope these honest results help. if you can get David, to show you battery replacement of air you will appreciate my frustration.
    regards
    john schofield
    warrington

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