The latest charm bracelet at Lizzie Rose is this mellow Autumnal piece which conjours up images of the forest as the leaves are turning brown. There is a whole medley of beads used here, from Czech glass Hurricane Beads to Tiger’s Eye beads and glass pearls. All finished off with lovely rich copper accents.
Hi there! This is just a quick message to let everyone know that I have recently changed my shop listings to Euros instead of the US Dollars it has been from the start.
I can handle Euros better as I am using them everyday, whereas US Dollars used to be a bit of an enigma to me and I was constantly using my currency converter!
You can still see the listings in your currency if you have chosen that option (at the bottom of each page you can select your country, language and currency – a fact I have only just found out after three years!)
Here’s a selection of earrings available at Lizzie Rose Jewellery featuring a Hand of Hamza for protection. A great mix of Holiday Bling and Boho Chic! Each order is beautifully gift wrapped. Custom made orders also being taken for Christmas – please visit here and click ‘Request Custom Order’ on the left hand sidebar.
Please let me know if there is a particular colour scheme you would like to match your favourite top or shoes – and keep an eye out for more colours arriving in the Earrings Section of my shop.
Have a great day!
I’ve just been reminded by WordPress that I’ve had my blog for 3 years today! It really doesn’t feel like so much time has passed (and a lot has happened within that time)! So I thought I had better write a blog post as I have been somewhat lazy recently.
These are some photos of the wonderful ironwork around a keyhole on the chapel of Nossa Senhora da Graca in the Fortaleza de Sagres which we visited last weekend. The Fort is where Henry the Navigator planned his sea voyage expeditions in the 15th century. (For more info and photos please click here).
Images of the Chapel
The Chapel and Fort rest upon the high cliffs of Western Portugal – it was a rough day!
I’ve made a start on making jewellery for the festive season – better late than never as I know some of you are way ahead with your Christmas makes and purchases.
Black, Silver & Grey are a classic combination for this time of year and especially for evening occasions. Looking in the shops right now, you are bombarded with black and white clothes and accessories as is typical once the weather (in the Northern Hemisphere) turns colder.
Here’s a charm bracelet which not only looks stunning, but it sounds very nice too! Treat yourself or someone you know who would appreciate the monotone of this piece.