Sunday, February 10, 2019

Mama's #jewelry for #valentinesday Review

Do you celebrate Valentine's Day? 

I put a box of chocolates on everyone's spot on the table. Even my spot.

This year Mama's Jewelry helped treat my Valentine's Day with a Mother's Day ring.

These the rings I looked at:

I have to confess that I had this ring, and I lost it. I never loose much of anything. I looked at other rings, but ended up going with the ring I lost.

I also liked the ring below. It's more expensive, than the one above. They both are pretty!

I really liked these 2 designs below, but they didn't have a preview to look at. That was the only thing that prevented me from getting one of them. I had trouble visualizing them with just 2 stones.

I like more modern rings. I'm not a big fan of conservative ring designs. They have plenty of conservative designs on their site; if that's what you like.

What's in a Birthstone:

January is Garnet
February is Amethyst
March is Aquamarine 
April is Diamond
May is Emerald
June is Alexandrite
July is Ruby
August is Peridot
September is Sapphire
October is Pink Tourmaline
November is Topaz
December is Zircon 

Travis and Mica are Peridot, Isaak is Emerald, and I am Alexandrite. I really like that the boys have two different green stones. My favorite stones are Garnet and Ruby. I love red!

I thought about making a whole family ring, instead of a son only ring. The site doesn't tack on more money with each stone if it's an imitation stone.

What's your favorite stone?

Packaging and the Ring:

I love how fast they shipped the ring out! I just ordered it last week, and boom I got it over the weekend.

It's super pretty!

I'm glad I have a Mother's Ring back again!

About Mama's Jewelry: 

Mama's Jewelry has been designing rings and pendants for moms for 30 years, and we have no intention of slowing down! Our company is committed to creating exceptional mothers pendants, rings and earrings at affordable prices.

A key benefit to shopping with us is our fast turnaround times. As soon as we receive your order, our CAD technicians and certified jewelers get to work designing and building your custom item. All of our processes follow strict quality control measures. Everything that comes from us has our seal of approval. If we wouldn't give it to our loved ones, we won't send it to you!

Most orders for mothers rings and pendants are able to be sent out within 3 to 5 days, reaching you about a week later. If you're shopping at the last minute, Mama's Jewelry will take care of you and ensure that you get a custom made item that looks like it took months to make! For More Information Visit:

Pick Up a Ring for Valentine's Day!

Disclaimer: I got a gift code to help pay for a ring on to write this review. This company did not influence me on what to write.


Harry Flashman said...

That's very attractive jewelry. My wife loves jewelry and watches all the jewelry shows on QVC 1 and 2, and Evine. She has enough of the stuff that she should be buried in a pyramid when she dies and archaeologists in the future would think she was a queen. When we were in the service I brought her jewelry from all the places I visited. I guess my daughter has most of that now.

Theresa Mahoney said...

I admit, I am not a jewelry wearer. I forget to wear my wedding rings half the time and am surprised I haven't lost them yet. I do think your Mother's ring is quite lovely though. My mom loves to have her kid's birthstones set into jewelry, so I bet she'd love one too.

Liz Mays said...

I'll always love my birthstone of ruby, but I'm partial to emeralds as well!


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