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Glamulet

Glamulet. A high quality Canadian brand that is available all over America and Europe. They are a top online jewelry retailer across the world and carry various kinds of jewelry including, necklaces, beads, bracelets, rings, chains and more.  They produce jewelry in Sterling Silver, 14k to 18k gold, and also carry Murano glass, cubic zirconia, mother of pearl, gemstones, charms and more. The prices are so affordable that you will feel completely glamorous and like you are walking a red carpet all day long!





I love the idea of creating keepsake jewelry for gifts. My daughter is graduating this month, and a great gift idea is the charm bracelet. I can get it customized with bracelet charms to suit her personality. They even have birthstone jewelry! I know I will be able to make a one-of-a-kind gift that she will love!



Those who know me, know I love silver jewelry. I do have gold, though I tend to get white gold more than yellow, still I prefer silver. I was stoked to receive this beautiful silver chain and silver key charm. The gemstone inside is the exact color of my birthstone, so it made an extra special gift! It was the perfect length for the chain, so very pretty too. The charm is stunning, though heavier than I expected.
I have to show you the coolest feature.....



The chain is adjustable!! If you want it to be a choker, just above the tshirt, or hanging on top, you can just adjust to the holes available. I loved that feature! I can make it longer or shorter to match whatever my outfit is.


This is at the middle loop to stay in the blank space on my chest when wearing a tank. Lovely, isn't it?!

I really love the quality, craftsmanship and service from Glamulet. They went above and beyond to bring high quality products to jewelry lovers like me! I suggest you check them out if looking for gift ideas. Graduation is upon us, and I know it will be a great gift on my end. What about you?


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Comments

  1. That is a very pretty necklace and I love the feature on the chain where you can change the length it hangs at. very clever.

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  2. That's gorgeous! I love the key design and that it's adjustable

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  3. I like the versatility of the chain as well! Very pretty!

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  4. Of course the nicest thing about charm bracelets is collecting the charms!

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