I am a metals gal when it comes to jewelry (with pearls being a close second). Silver is my go-to metal, which is why I fell in love with Andewyn Jewelry when Adrienne first emailed me a few months back.
Andewyn Jewelry is handmade in the good ol' USA (Nashville, to be exact). Adrienne, the owner and designer behind this shop, is inspired by nature. I'm especially enamored with her new mixed metal pieces for all, since I've been mixing some metals myself. Her pieces have a delicate and almost ethereal quality to them, and can be dressed up or down.
Here are some of my favorite pieces from Andewyn Jewelry's etsy shop.
Clockwise from top left: silver circles necklace, yellow jade earrings, turquoise stacking ring, rustic post earrings, copper pendant necklace, sterling silver rustic beaded stacking ring
Andewyn Jewelry is giving away a $30 store credit to one lucky New Professional reader!
Grab some jewels for yourself or get a head start on your holiday shopping.
To enter, simply leave a comment below with a valid email address. I'd love to hear what your favorite Andewyn Jewelry piece is, too, so head over to their etsy shop and browse around.
Giveaway ends Thursday, November 17, and the winner will be announced on Monday, November 21. This giveaway is open to U.S. and international readers.
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Edited to add: Please include a valid email in your comment. Just because you are commenting from a Google or Blogger profile does not mean your email is automatically attached to your comment. To make your email visible from your Google/Blogger profile, you must go into your profile, click "Edit," and enter an email under "identity" and make sure that "privacy" is set to "show my email address." If you have already left a comment but forgot your email or if your email is set to private, you have two options to complete your entry into this giveaway: 1) leave a second comment with your email referencing your first comment by date/time/name or 2) email me with your email address and referencing your first comment by date/time/name. Thanks!