I am so thrilled to announce an exciting jewelry giveaway sponsored by Fragments.com! One lucky reader is going to WIN a $750 Gift Card to Fragments.com to apply towards any piece of jewelry on their website!
We have a winner! Kristina Long won the $750 GC to Fragments.com! Congratulations, Kristina!
To enter, look through our Fragments.com gift guide below, and/or visit Fragments.com to see their complete selections, then COMMENT at the bottom of this post with what you are obsessing about or what you would buy using your $750 gift card. Entries will be received from November 7, 2012 through 12 Noon EST on Monday, November 19th, 2012. The winner will be announced just after that, here on idazzle.com, Twitter and Facebook. Additional entries can be earned, details and contest rules below.
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Even if you don’t win, this gift guide gives you the insider’s scoop on the best jewelry at each gift-giving price point. I had a chance to browse at length through the Fragments showroom, so I have seen many of the items featured here in person. I would buy any of the jewelry featured here for myself or a friend, as I have tried it on and know how it feels and fits. You literally can’t go wrong. Now GO SHOPPING and GOOD LUCK!
Fragments.com Buy More, Save More Promotion
If you just can’t wait til the end of the contest to buy something, Fragments.com is offering a special pricing promotion from November 7th through November 17th, 2012:
If you spend $250 – $499, you get 10% off your order.
If you spend $500 – $1499, you get 15% off your order.
If you spend $1500 – $2999, you get 20% off your order.
If you spend $3000 or more, you get 25% off your order.
*Offer excludes some designers, see their Facebook page for details.
Fragments.com Jewelry Gifts Under $500
These stud earring by Coralia Leets suggest holiday elegance in this season’s hottest color: oxblood red. At this price, $148 Retail, you can treat your gift list to any color of the rainbow.
For drama, you can’t beat this pair of Glamour Girl drop earrings by Miguel Ases in a palette of smoky pyrite and sparkling swarovski crystals. $395 Retail.
Anton Heunis is a fashion jewelry designer who is the darling of many magazine editors. For good reason: his designs nail current trends and are beautifully executed, like this triple bangle with articulated spikes. $120 Retail.
This bangle from Stella Flame is substantial enough to wear alone, or stack with other bracelets. I am partial to the rose gold 14kt plating with an interesting pattern, and it comes in other colors as well, $265 Retail.
This Lotus Link necklace by Kevia is dramatic in 22kt plated gold, and makes a big statement for the price of $190 Retail.
I really like the sentiment and style of this Mother Daughter pendant from Coralia Leets in rutilated quartz gemstones on a long chain. $470 Retail.
This serpent ring by Azaara is a great gift for someone who has everything. $215 Retail.
Fragments.com Jewelry Gifts $500 – $1000
These earrings from Dana Kellin are a Fragments exclusive, so your gift won’t be duplicated elsewhere. For $800, these swarovski crystal and blackened sterling silver drop earrings are elegant enough for an evening out, but light enough for everyday dress-up, too.
This Starburst diamond pendant is from talented designer Mizuki, and is a beautiful gift of fine jewelry for a reasonable price. $590 Retail.
I really love this ruby bar bracelet by Turkish designer Kismet by Milka. She edits down to a minimalist style that is modern and fresh. $880 Retail.
This Kalan 14kt ring in rose gold and a faceted Rose de France has sparkling white sapphires surrounding for contrast, and is a big look for the price of $925 Retail.
This flying dove necklace by Kismet by Milka is the perfect blend of simple and sophisticated. It’s been worn at the Grammy Awards, in case it looks familiar. $880 Retail.
Fragments.com Jewelry Gifts $1000 – $2500
These earrings by Colette are gorgeous and a spectacular value in 18kt blackened gold with diamonds for $1500 Retail.
I actually had this on my wrist at Fragments, and didn’t want to take it off. It’s wearable, tactile, and just the right amount of sparkle by Dana Kellin for $1000 Retail.
Featuring champagne diamonds, this rose gold disk pendant by Kalan 14kt will be very well-received. $1085 Retail.
This bold Byzantine ring by Stella Flame features a checkerboard faceted chalcedony with sapphires in oxidized silver and 24kt gold. $1810 Retail.
Fragments.com Jewelry Gifts $2500 – $5000
These Annie Fensterstock earrings are the perfect special drop earring. More elaborate than a stud, less predictable than a hoop, these are geometric yet feminine with curves and scrolls, $4185 Retail.
I saw this in the showroom, and I can’t tell you how amazing this Deanna Hamro cuff is in person. The pave work is incredible, and its dramatic ombre two-tone makes it a great choice for someone who wears black, gold or white metal jewelry–it works with everything. $2585 Retail.
This Nam Cho champagne diamond pendant would be a gorgeous gift to give or receive. It is current and classic in champagne diamonds and 18kt rose gold for $3530 Retail.
This diamond loop ring by Suzanne Kalan could work for a unique wedding band or anniversary ring, or could be worn on the first finger of the right hand as a great fashion-yet-fine ring. $3659 Retail.
Fragments.com Splurge Jewelry Gifts
These are red carpet-worthy earrings from Sutra, who has indeed outfitted many celebrities. The gorgeous jardin-infused emeralds are made more sophisticated with oxidized black gold enhancing the pave diamonds. $24,790 Retail.
Possibly the ultimate bracelet, this Rock & Roll Links piece from the incredibly nice and unbelievably talented Moritz Glik would be my choice for a splurge for $18,920 Retail.
This necklace by Jordan Alexander (whose motto is “Pearls for Everyone”) is maybe my favorite use of pearls in a design that is edgy yet somehow classic in its essential elements. $7825 Retail.
My choice for the ultimate splurge ring would be this amethyst stunner from Alexandra Mor. Trust me, this ring will get you gift-giving cred for years to come. $25,000 Retail.
Giveaway Rules (the fine print)
Entries must be received by 12:00 Noon EST Monday, November 19, 2012. Winner will be drawn randomly from qualified entries. Please leave just one comment per person, unless you are letting me know about additional entries made using the guidelines above. If you enter multiple duplicate comments, I’ll discard those. If I suspect an entry was made through a bot or script, I will also discard those. If the first winner drawn does not respond to emails to reach them within 1 day, I’ll draw another name from qualified entrants and award the prize to them. The prize as stated above will be awarded, no cash equivalent will be given. Winner will not be given cash back if their selection does not meet the full value of the gift card, balance will be recorded as a store credit. Winners are responsible for any local, State or Federal taxes on the value of the item.
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