Are you searching high and low for the perfect gift? You want something that really stands out but can’t quite find the right thing. Well, jewelry is always a good idea and while there a ton of different options on the market in this category, you want something that truly tells a story. You remember the most meaningful gifts you have received, so why not give a gift with meaning – James Avery.
James Avery is more than jewelry. It’s a symbol of faithfulness and the comfort of strong held beliefs. It’s a means to hold them close when they are far away. It’s saying I love you every day. James Avery is more than a store. It’s your story.
This Christmas, James Avery has released new pieces in their collection just in time for the Holidays. My favorite is the Vintage Hearts Necklace. This necklace is carefully curated with the upmost detail. Each heart tells a story of different seasons of love to me that really resonate.
When I saw this necklace for the first time, I immediately thought I would love it for myself, then as I looked at the carefully designed hearts, it reminded me of my mom. As a mom myself now, I am constantly learning and discovering all my mom has done for me. The different hearts remind me of the seasons of motherhood and how intertwined your heart is to your child. While I know you could easily look at this necklace and see the different seasons of marriage or friendship, my story is motherhood. That is the beauty of James Avery, the stories.
While the vintage hearts necklace is my current favorite, they also have a ton of other amazing pieces. My husband wears a James Avery cross necklace everyday and I have bracelet as well. They create timeless jewelry and the quality lasts over time. Be sure to check out their new arrivals, and past favorites.
Make this Christmas one to remember with James Avery artisan jewelry. For inspiring James Avery stories and the jewelry that helps tell them, such as Kathy’s family tree bracelet, visit James Avery and share your own stories with #MyJamesAvery and #ACharmedChristmas. What story will your Christmas gifts tell?