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Unique Jewelry Finds

 

I love giving unique gifts to others {and sometimes to myself!}. Jewelry is the perfect way to differentiate yourself from others, all while letting a little personality shine through. Here are some of my favorite pieces that are perfect to give away as gifts or to keep for yourself.

Lately, I have been obsessed with natural-inspired jewelry. I’m talking quartz and crystals. The more the merrier, and the company UncommonGoods carries so many handcrafted jewelry pieces that are designed right here in the USA.

Unique Jewelry Finds | theblueeyeddove.com

If you’re searching for bracelets you can’t go wrong with this amethyst bracelet or this ebb and flow cuff here. One is perfect for stacking with other bracelets, while the other serves as a nice statement piece.

I also love the blue in this waterfall ring, and the stud earrings here. Pretty, earthy and somehow very relaxed looking 🙂

Or keep things simple and classic with a nice pendant necklace here.

If crystals and quartz aren’t really your thing you can never go wrong with a personalized piece…especially if you are giving it away as a gift!

Unique Jewelry Finds | theblueeyeddove.com

I love this custom map bracelet! Wouldn’t this be the coolest going-away gift ever!? Or how about a dainty custom state necklace {like this} with a diamond pendant that represents a significant zip code? Both of these are fabulous gift ideas {not to mention something you should really own yourself!}.

And you can never go wrong with these simple two-toned XO earrings. Classics!

The next time you are searching for some unique jewelry for your loved ones {or for yourself!} be sure to visit UncommonGoods. You can even go behind-the-scenes to meet their designers and learn more about the inspiration for their most popular jewelry pieces.

Also, be sure to check out their full line of unique gifts for weddings and anniversaries here and here!

Erin - New Signature

*This post was sponsored by UncommonGoods. All statements and opinions are my own. See my full disclosure policy here.

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