Silver Charm Bracelets for Girls

Lily & Lotty for GirlsA really pretty sterling silver bracelet with a butterfly charm, hand-set with a real diamond accent. Length of bracelet is 15cm with a 2cm extender. Complete with beautiful coral satin pouch and matching ribbon-tied ift box to make your gift extra special. Matching pendant and earrings available.

Lily & Lotty for Girls

Lily & Lotty for Girls is a premium silver and diamond brand, aimed at the 4-12 age range. Each timeless, hand-polished piece of 925 Sterling Silver Jewellery is rhodium-coated for protection and hand-set with a real diamond accent. The designers bring you a range of classic and contemporary styles which will continue to remain firm favourites with all ages.Lily & Lotty for Girls The collection features hearts, stars, angels, butterflies and flowers with matching necklaces, earrings and bracelets, perfect for birthdays, bridesmaids, Christenings and other special occasions.

Lily & Lotty are a family company based in South Devon, with over 30 years' experience in the jewellery business. They are passionate about jewellery design and admit to being a little bit obsessed with the detail when it comes to their gorgeous signature packaging! Each piece of jewellery comes complete with a luxury satin pouch in a rich coral colour and a matching ribbon-tied gift box, making the presentation truly special.

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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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