Looking for pretty little treasures for mother’s day? Then you need to take a look at the Chamilia’s website!
Established in NYC in 2002 as a bead company, and eventually purchased by Swarovski in 2013, Chamilia has become a top brand of beautifully crafted charms and jewelry designed for women to accessorize. As a way for women to tell their life story, the Chamilia charms are designed to celebrate milestones, family, love ones and any important events in your life.
The company is constantly adding pieces to their catalog and several times a year they will release a new piece that allows you to keep growing your Chamilia collection and one of the pieces they have crafted recently would make a perfect mother’s day gift.
The Regal Collection
Chamilia has recently added the Regal Collection to their catalog, and this striking collection offers different pieces that can be purchased separately to match your needs.
The Heirloom Lace, Regal Collection Ring
If you like ring stacks, you will love this ring! Featuring a Heirloom Lace motif with eight Clear Swarovski Pure Brilliance Zirconia surrounding a large center stone with 14 karat gold electroplate detailing interlaced between each stone. This ring is the perfect accent for your ring stack.
The Heirloom Lace ring sits comfortably on your finger and can be worn as a single piece or as a set with stacking ring for an even more dramatic effect.
Made in sterling silver with 14 karat gold detailing along with Swarovski Zirconia, the Heirloom lace ring is elegant and easy to wear with different clothing styles that would make a great compliment to your summer wardrobe.
While the ring is sold by itself, you can easily add to the Chamilia stacking rings or any rings of your own. With a retail price of $65.00 the Heirloom Lace makes a great gift option that would not break your budget this mother’s day.
For even more option and to see the complete Regal Collection visit the Chamilia online store.
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