Advent Gift calendar: Day 14 Jewellery at QVC

Who doesn't know QVC the website, TV Channel where you can find the best brands in fashion, beauty, home ware and also collaborations with important places like the Museum of London or VIPs . QVC  has got a huge selection of  everything and if you still need to sort your Christmas shopping, a visit to the website or watching its TV channel will make you cross off all your entries with delivery in time for Christmas and a free from stress two weeks before the big day.
These Aurora earrings are gorgeous. I've got an obsession with rose gold and purple so this a set is just the best I could find under the tree. These earrings are clip on so for who hasn't got  pierced ears. They are available in clear crystal as well and despite the size they are not heavy.
This necklace by Lisa Snowdon is one of those pieces of jewellery that are timeless and they can be worn with anything. It is a sterling silver necklace and the pendant has got a setting with real diamonds weighing 50 points (or half a carat which sounds fantastic).
Statement earrings like these by Nour are a must under the Christmas tree. These are for pierced ears and they are rhodium plated to give that great brightness that will make them look like the Crown Jewels.
This silver and leather bracelet by Or Paz is a favourite of mine. I like the leather  which weds the silver and the pearl giving  an edge to the whole piece.  It is something that a not girly girl will like and at the same time it can appeal a more feminine wearer because the pearl and the floral details give a softer image. The range of jewellery at QVC is massive and absolutely beautiful.

This mesh bangle by Diamonique has got simulated diamonds at the ends and the sterling silver has been gold plated. This bracelet is very 1970s I remember this design being very popular with bracelets and rings as well. Now it has been brought up again on trend, well actually this design is very similar to some of the jewellery on show at the British Museum or the Museum of London.  a timeless piece for sure. Check for more ideas at Christmas or to leave the website page opened at home in case anyone needs a hint at www.qvcuk.com





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