PRLog (Press Release)
- Nov. 16, 2012 -
Rich or poor, my family has always stuck together. We,ve been there for each other to celebrate life's victories and defeats. Luckily, we've had a lot to celebrate- high school and college graduations, weddings and the birth of new members of our family. But where were the diamond bracelets for women to mark the moment when someone accomplished something grand? During these times, I always felt like something was missing Jewelry. I know it sounds strange but I promise, it all comes back to family. I’m not talking about heaps of womens diamond bracelets or 7-carat rings that could blind a man. I’m talking about family heirlooms - the beautiful pieces of the past that are given from generation to generation. My family never had anything resembling that when I was growing up. They certainly never heard of such places as Tiffany’s or diamond bracelets New York - that is for sure.
If it isn't already obvious, my awareness of this sad lack of history all started with Womens diamond bracelets. My friend and I were discussing Diamond bracelets for women and she told me about the tennis bracelet she would receive from her grandmother for her upcoming wedding. Another friend shared that she had received her great-grandmother's pearls and womens diamond bracelets @ http://www.vanscoydiamonds.com/Category/subcat/121/diamon...
when she graduated college. Once I started poking around, I noticed that most of my friends had jewelry in their possession that had been passed down from one member to the next. These weren’t the children of Wall Street bankers by any means. Why didn’t my family have anything we treasured to pass down between our members? No antique engagement rings? Not a single pearl earring? No diamond bracelets for women for me! It got me thinking about where an heirloom really begins. After a while, I realized that there was no better place to begin than with myself. I promised to start building a legacy for my daughter or son - for my family - before I even had one.
I purchased my first "heirloom-to-
be" years ago. Of course, I had to start with diamond bracelets for women. It took me time, and research I found diamond bracelets new York very helpful but when I finally purchased my own tennis bracelet I felt like I was beginning a new chapter in my family history. Since then, I’ve added earrings, a watch, necklaces and rings to my collection. I enjoy wearing them now but I cannot wait to pass down to my own daughter. If you feel the same way, there is no better time to start building a new history for your family. Why not start where I did - diamond bracelets for women. Tennis anyone?
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