Giveaway: Gorgeous Silver Bead Bracelet

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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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44 thoughts on “Giveaway: Gorgeous Silver Bead Bracelet

  1. mandydoherty65

    I live in Lancaster which was once known as the ‘hanging town’ and later earned a reputation for ‘lunatics and linoleum’

  2. Elizabeth Smith

    I live just outside of Norwich and Broadland has been named the most “peaceful” area of the UK by a study looking at violent crime statistics and socio-economic factors

  3. Stevie

    We live in Rishworth moor. It’s beautiful for lovely walks and crisp clean air.

  4. Bridget Rayner

    I live in Portsmouth, we get a lot of sailors coming to town

  5. claire woods

    I live in Norfolk and we have the beautiful Norfolk Broads. The Norfolk Broads are mentioned in a Bowie song. In ‘Life on Mars’ he sings “from Ibiza to the Norfolk Broads”

  6. zoe brown

    first ever ladies cricket was played in my village 26 July 1745

  7. Barbara Daniels

    I live in harlow, essex. which is a new town an overspill from london from the 1950s

  8. Paul Halling

    Live in Tewkesbury – was on national TV channels in 2007 due to Floods where the River Avon meets the Severn. Also mentioned in the Pickwick Papers and has the largest medieval battle re-enactment in Europe each summer.

  9. Samantha O'D

    I live in a Leeds suburb. It’s pretty rough. Our car got keyed recently. We are moving very soon. I can’t wait!

  10. Joanne Hutchings

    I live in Norwich. Norwich escaped a lot of the bombing in World War 2 and according to urban myth this is because Hitler liked Norwich so much he thought he’d make it his capital when he had conquered England!

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