2012 Holiday Gift Guide: Something About Silver Review & Giveaway

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Like most women I love jewelry.  But for the most part I like looking at it – if that makes any sense, hehe.  I think rings, necklaces, bracelets, and earrings that are big and full of bling are pretty, but their not for me.  I prefer simple classic pieces and I really love silver.  My wedding ring and past, present, future ring are white gold because I refuse to wear yellow gold and they look nice along with the silver jewelry that I prefer.  I don’t tend to wear much jewelry – in fact the two rings I just mentioned are the only two rings I ever wear…. well I should say those were the only rings I wore until I came across the Something About Silver website where I found a ring I just had to have.

Something About Silver

Something About Silver specializes in custom hand stamped jewelry and as many of you know I have a weakness for personalized items – especially jewelry with my kiddos names.  You will find necklaces, charms, bracelets, rings and more at Something About Silver which is all fabricated by hand at their studio in Clearwater, Florida.  They even have Christmas ornaments and baby spoons – how perfect for baby’s keepsake box.

Now about that ring that I just had to have…. the Something About Silver Stacking Rings.  These rings are adorable, thin, and have a nice simplistic feel to them that fits right in with my personal style.  They look nice alone, but since they are rather thin you can stack two or three on one finger.  Many times I don’t wear other rings because I don’t feel they look quite right near my wedding ring, but this ring is different.  I love wearing it on the same hand as my wedding ring since it symbolizes my children along side my marriage.

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What I really love about the Stacking Rings is all the personalization options available.  You can choose either shiny or a hammered and antiqued look for a more vintage feel which is what I prefer.  Up to 25 characters can be hand stamped onto the ring in either fancy or block font.  What I think is really fun is that those 25 characters don’t have to be names – they can be any words you want.  Perhaps a bible verse, a special date, or anything else that has meaning to the wearer.  I chose to have my three girls – Alleigh, Kaelyn, and Willow – names stamped onto my ring in the fancy font, so no matter which way my ring turns you will always see one of their names.

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Plus Something About Silver also offers Gemstone Stacking Rings which stack nicely with the hand stamped DSC_0629-2-600x398Stacking Rings.  These rings are lightly textured to give them a bit of a rustic feel, but are also available hammered or hammered and antiqued.  The gem stones are lab created in a controlled environment so they have the same properties as earth mined stones, but are more eco-friendly and affordable.  If you have chosen to customize your Hand Stamped Stacking Rings with names or dates the Gemstone Stacking Ring would make a beautiful addition.

I absolutely love my Stacking Ring and wear it every single day.  Want your very own hand stamped Stacking Ring or other beautiful piece of jewelry from Something About Silver?  Well you are in luck!  Use coupon code HHH10 for 10% off any purchase.  Plus enter the giveaway below for a $40 gift certificate to Something About Silver.  Enter using the Rafflecopter entry form – good luck!

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53 Responses to 2012 Holiday Gift Guide: Something About Silver Review & Giveaway

  1. Jennifer Coulter says:

    i would get the full moon necklace

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