I was not financially compensated for writing this post. Jane Owen Jewelry provided a product sample to facilitate my review. My opinions are 100% honest and 100% mine.
OK, OK, I know what you’re thinking (well, if you’re familiar with me and my previous posts). The jewelry obsession is getting to be a tad overwhelming. I concede that. Then people — like the great folks at Jane Owen Jewelry — discover that I am a jewelry fanatic and contact me to see if I’d like to review their products. And, I say yes. Of course, a big, whopping yes. Not that it’s a bad thing. It’s not!
So, I received this…
I remember thinking, what in the world is this? How odd! Then I removed it from the “purse” and found this:
Oh. My. Goodness. Jane Owen Jewelry wraps this pretty silver bangle around a pillow. Awww…how adorable. But let’s get to the petal silver bangle bracelet, which I’d like to say two things about: 1) I, believe it or not, the jewelry nut that I am, do not own a single bangle bracelet of this type. Crazy, right? I know! and 2) This bracelet is absolutely too, too pretty, if that’s possible.
OK, I’m absolutely thrilled with this bracelet. It’s official. It can be worn whether you’re dressed casually as well as dressed up. That’s versatility, folks. Love love LOVE this bangle bracelet! I simply love everything about this bracelet. Literally (Editor’s note: Yes, I’m using “literally” correctly) everything, all the way down to the packaging!
It fits absolutely perfectly — not too big and not too small — so that the pretty petal moves easily along the bangle bracelet. Or, as the folks at Jane Oen Jewelry describe it: It has a brushed sterling silver finish and a five-petal flower that floats and spins along the bangle. Absolutely correct. It doesn’t, however, go into depth about how charming this bracelet is! This bangle bracelet (like I said, my first!) is definitely going on the short list of my favorite (and finest) jewelry!
This is how this bracelet is depicted on the Jane Owen Jewelry website:
To be clear, I did not receive a dozen bangles (shoot!). But look how pretty they are! Oh, how I love this bracelet.
Now would be a good time to mention that the products (bracelets, necklaces, rings, and earrings) at Jane Owen Jewelry are classified as a “petal collection.” As in, all their pieces feature a petal design in some manner or another. So, so pretty!
Look at these Jane Owen Jewelry necklaces…
Are ya kidding? Look at those pieces (and that’s not even all of them!)! Needless to say, I am pretty much in love with all the Petal Collection pieces at Jane Owen Jewelry. I especially am fond of the necklace in the bottom picture, the Jane Owen Collar Necklace. Holy moly…these are some amazingly designed pieces! I can’t stop looking at them…they’re just so charming, each more beautiful than the last. Oh boy.
Now, I hope you’re sitting down…because I have something else to show you. Of course, these are my favorites, so I’m being a little partial. You might want to check out the website to see what “speaks” to you, as they say.
These Jane Owen Jewelry rings “spoke” to me…
OK, have I established that Jane Owen’s “Petal Collection” is stunning, fashionable, and distinctive? Because I certainly think it is. I’d have a half dozen (possibly more…OK, significantly more!) pieces from the “Petal Collection” if I could! I know I’m gushing at this point, but that’s how much I love this jewelry. I do. I really, really do!
Jane Owen Jewelry is named after…Jane Owen. That’s pretty logical, right? Yeah, I figured. Jane Owen is inspired by the natural beauty of the beaches and mountains that she loves and utilizes nature in her distinctive designs with a modern, yet feminine twist. Jane Owen’s work seamlessly blends chic, classic lines with a unique sense of fun and urban style. Jane Owen has a natural curiosity that has led her to design clothing and interior projects, in addition to jewelry, both in the United States and Europe.
Kudos to Jane Owen; she — and her creative genius — are truly unbelievable!
You can follow Jane Owen Jewelry on Facebook. I will be following…just to see what pieces she designs next!