Children's Charm Bracelets Silver

Mothers Sterling silver boy
When Benjamin Franklin was dying he wanted to make sure he was not buried for at least three days to make sure he was dead.

This is a gold one that belonged to my grandmother. My mom wears it and she has considered giving it to me. As we want my children to have memories with it. The gold has more to do with personal hobbies of the family.

On this one my grandmother had some pearl touches, as her name was Pearl Marie. The silhouette symbolizes my mother.

A sewing machine, fishing boat and the state of Oregon are all represented. When I was a little girl I used to hold that tiger tooth up to my mouth and try and see if it would fit. That was from a trip to Hong Kong and I believe that pull carriage is from Taiwan.

I'm interested

2006-06-28 14:42:38 by mejustme

This idea is great! There is lots and lots of places and companies that make business without inventory. But they do charge for advertising and also charge a high percentage when an item is sold. Seriously, this is a great idea.
Can you give me more information about the percentage that you charge and so on.
I make my own sterling silver jewelry (charms, earrings, bracelets and necklaces). All of my jewelry is wire wrapped and made with semi-precious stones. So, please e-mail me at with the information that you need from me.

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