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4 Sweet, Meaningful Styles for the Sentimental Jewelry Buyer

The more personal the jewelry, the more she adores it.

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THE SWEET SENTIMENTALIST collects pieces that represent experiences or remind her of a loved one. For her, jewelry is very personal and fine jewelry is an investment, so there is a deeper meaning behind each purchase. Subtle symbolism has been a part of jewelry design for hundreds of years, and it remains relevant today for anyone who has someone, some place or something to remember.  

 

Liz Kantner is an independent jewelry consultant. Visit her website at lizkantner.com.

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