Valentine’s Day looks like it’s right around the corner. If you’re wondering where to find the perfect gift for the lady in your life or you’re just looking for something for yourself, then why not look into some great fashion jewelry designs from QVC.com, or maybe even a Kanken backpack? I checked their jewelry merchandise and they’ve got a whole lot of great brands available, from Isaac Mizrahi, Barbara Bixby, and Hidalgo to Diamonique. Well, the list goes on.
QVC Fashion Jewelry: Find Silver Bracelets, Redeem Your Gold
Their jewelry departments range from youthful ladies’ ankle bracelets and charms to men’s cufflinks and watches. If you act fast, you may even catch some of their items on discount, including those with respectable reviews.
Check out the QVC Jewelry Section through this link.
What’s interesting about QVC is that their jewelry, and pretty much all the items on their site can be seen via video snippets that describe their items in full detail. For example, this Sterling silver bracelet with a sunflower design (Or Paz Sterling 7-1/2″ Sunflower Link Bracelet) is seen with an image and video, along with a full item description (hinged links, oxidized finish, foldover clasp, measures approximately 7-1/2″L x 5/8″W, made in Israel), helpful ratings (it’s a 4.6 out of 5, among customers and shoppers) and delivery date estimate (based on your postal code).
Sunflower Sterling Silver Bracelet
I also like the fact that the item can be viewed alongside similar jewelry and may be touted as part of the same “Sunflower style” set. So if you’re all for the bracelet, perhaps the ring and the pendant with chain may also be of interest, especially if you need the best flat iron for natural hair. A pretty set, to say the least!
The price for the bracelet is $125.00. If you find it a bit rich, you can still go for the pretty cute ring for $42.50 and the pendant with chain for $49.00.
As far as other goodies, there’s really so much to choose from. You can go exotic, check out their designer gallery, look fresh and fabulous with their fashion jewelry, build your own bracelet, and even go for whimsical designs. You can check out jewelry by type of merchandise, type of material (such as gemstone, gold, steel, sterling silver or gold-bonded) and brand.
Finally, there are some interesting aspects of the QVC Jewelry section you should explore: they’ve got the customized “Build-A-Bracelet” option where you can purchase clips, spacers, fashion beads, charms, gemstones and glass, and specify your own design. They’ve also got a “Gold Redemption” area where you can “turn your unwanted, old gold jewelry into cash”. Now this is some form of “cash for gold” offer, so be aware of the kind of trade you’re making before you go for it. You may even want to trade that gold for a good white noise machine. In some cases, the trade is not entirely equitable. Still, if you are seeking the convenience of easily getting rid of items you no longer desire and would instead want cash for it, then check out the Gold Redemption service. By the way, it’s also described as “award-winning”. On top of the cash you’ll receive, you’ll also receive a $25 QVC gift card. The Gold Redemption feature may be a limited time offer, so you may want to check it out right away.
All in all, I quite like the QVC jewelry section and have enjoyed checking out the lovely pieces there. At any rate, keep your eyes peeled for Valentine’s Day deals!