My business evolved out of a passion for loving fine jewelry but not having the means to afford it. This led me on a personal journey to find fashionable designer inspired pieces that were affordable. The more I researched, the more excited I had become. There were so many styles, choices and colour options that I could hardly contain my excitement!
Most friends in my social circle are of average means. They loved everything that I would wear. I saw an opportunity to fill a need which fueled my desire to search even more affordable gorgeous fashion jewelry.
I started selling my jewelry on Ebay and my sales were incredible. I would receive great feedback from my customers. They would often ask me if I could find a particular style and I ended up becoming a personal shopper to more then a few. Suffice it to say that I owe my customers a great big thank you since my vast collection of offerings is largely due to all of them!
As you will notice I carry a lot of unique, fashionable and quality pieces. I happen to love clever designs. My collections are in my opinion works of art. I am always looking for inspired pieces to enhance my already exciting collection. My search is never ending.
I believe whole heartedly that every woman deserves to look their best and feel beautiful. Having access to beautiful expensive looking jewelry at an affordable price makes that goal so much easier to attain. Prices range from $25.00 to $95.00.
What is this jewelry made of anyway?
The base metal is lead free brass. This is great as every piece has a nice heavy feel just like the authentic version. Each piece is rhodium plated. Here are some facts about rhodium:
It is the most expensive precious metal.
Rhodium costs about six times as much as gold by weight.
It is appealing due to its highly polished finish.
It is used as an alternative to silver.
Unlike silver, rhodium plated jewelry is maintenance free.
No polishing or cleaning is required.
Wear your jewelry as often as you like.
Keep it stored when not in use.
Do not wear in the shower.
Sprays and chemicals may cause discoloration.