What's in my jewellery boxes?
This is another of my little posts allowing you a fleeting glimpse into my home and the things I like .....
These two lovely wooden boxes nestle happily on my large chest of drawers next to my hairbrushes. They were a present from my husband and are made out of an old beam from a Devon longhouse so are unique and just a little bit quirky! I use them to contain the earrings that are 'in favour' and I wear most at the moment. The rest are relegated to boxes in a drawer on a chest of drawers we have on the landing until I decide I want a change.
This is the collection I have in the two boxes at the moment - a few rings have managed to sneak in as well I've noticed, including a simple crossed silver band with a tiny diamond that I got when my granny passed away a few years ago.
These earrings were a present from my Father, many years ago, before he got really sick . He wouldn't remember now. They will always mean a lot to me.
I love these little pearl earrings and was rather pleased to find a necklace that goes so well with them for less than £20. These get worn quite a lot!
These were chosen for me by my daughter for my birthday - I actually love the childish nature of them!
My wedding earrings from Sassi Holfords - not kept in my wooden boxes, but worth a mention. Need I say more. Love!