Giveaway: Gorgeous Silver Bead Bracelet

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Silver Bead Bangle Bracelet Family Clan

Giveaway: Gorgeous Silver Bead Bracelet

For a giveaway this time we have a lovely silver bead bracelet. With the different coloured beads it will be a great jewellery accessory that will go with lots of outfits.

Silver Bead Bangle Bracelet Family Clan

It has five coloured beads on each side of the tibetan silver center flower charm, with engraved double layer petals. The tinkling of the two bell charms are a lovely addition.

This bracelet has been purchased by me as a giveaway prize.

Nanna Jane

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81 Thoughts to “Giveaway: Gorgeous Silver Bead Bracelet”

  1. Claire Cooper

    I live in Bideford, North Devon. The first ships sailed from here with the first settlers to North America. It had the third largest port in the UK during Elizabethan times and was the first place in the UK to see tobacco!

  2. Sarah Lees

    I was born and still live in Scarborough, every year on Pancake day most of the kids get half a day off school and everyone heads to the seaside with skipping ropes as it’s traditionally also ‘Skipping Day’ in Scarborough. It’s always lovely weather, never rains and I recently found out it’s been happening since around 1903!

  3. Eve ogden

    I live in Nottinghamshire about 15 miles out from Sherwood Forest where Robin Hood and his merry men lived

  4. Ruth Wollerton

    I live in Stamford, Lincolnshire. The first tomatoes grown in the UK were grown in a conservatory in Burghley House near Stamford. They wouldn’t have been eaten as the British considered tomatoes to be poisonous until perhaps the 18th century. They do in fact contain minute and inconsequential amounts of a toxin called… Tomatine.

  5. TRACY HANSON (@STORMBAT)

    I live in Pontefract. Pontefract Racecourse is the longest continuous horse racing circuit in Europe at 2 miles 125 yards (3,333 m; 16.57 furlongs

  6. Aaron Milne

    I live in Northwich – The town coat of arms features the Latin motto “Sal est Vita” meaning “Salt is Life – much of the towns development, rise & collapse – literally – has been due to the mining of salt

  7. Christine Hobbs

    I live in Bristol which was recently voted the best City to live in the UK xx

  8. sharon martin

    i live near burnham on sea and we have a 6 mile long sandy beach

  9. Tammy Neal

    I live in Walsall West Midlands not much exciting to hear about there aha x

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