costume jewellery


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costume jewellery

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(Jewellery) jewellery that is decorative but has little intrinsic value
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costume jewellery

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While costume jewellery has not been positively affected by the rising commodity prices of gold and silver, it is suffering from the weak exchange value of the rouble due to the high proportion of imported products within costume jewellery.
While consumers can purchase economy costume jewellery from the likes of Primark and even supermarkets, high-end costume jewellery is available in upmarket stores such as Selfridges from designers such as Stephen Webster and Givenchy.
The Cardiff-born mega star has donated a shoe box filled with costume jewellery to a new children's charity store opening in the city tomorrow.
A Costume jewellery brand Estelle jewellery has collaborated with crystal brand Swarovski Elements for an exclusive line, designed for stylish women.
The project devised by course director Zoe Robertson and Tina Kang from Barnado's saw students create a piece of costume jewellery inspired by an aspect of the charity's work.
Vintage fashions, homewares, textiles and good quality vintage costume jewellery will all feature at the fair.
London, June 29 (ANI): German model and actress Heidi Klum is all set to launch her second line of costume jewellery called 'Wildlife by Heidi Klum' for QVC this autumn.
Why not treat yourself to some costume jewellery at Sparklecandy.
She is based in the Bates Mill Artspace near Huddersfield town centre and the workshops are open to anyone interested in making their own costume jewellery and learning basic techniques.
The organisation has been organising fairs since 1979 and its 35 stalls at the free event will offer cards and stationery, costume jewellery, soft furnishings, hobbies, clothing, accessories, toys, home and garden products, toiletries and aromatherapy, prints, glassware, ceramics and photography.
More than 75 dealers from all over the UK will be exhibiting vintage clothing, textiles and all manner of accessories including buttons, costume jewellery, lace and bags with prices from just a few pounds to several hundred.