Monday, February 22, 2016
If you frequent our stores or website you know about our ongoing obsession with antique jewelry, specifically the Victorian period. Though not all that long ago, people were much smaller! Often when buying we'll fall for a ring that will need to be considerably resized as it would now only fit on a child's finger. Sometimes though, we don't resize these things & add them to our collection of children's jewelry we offer in each store. These make great gifts as there's no better way to make a young girl feel special than to bestow upon her a beautiful ring, bracelet or antique locket.
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