Blog tagged "Jewelry" - WishBox


You've Still Got Valen-Time!

Posted on February 11, 2014

Ok, terrible pun.

But why end up scouring the card aisle after work on Friday when you can have something truly great already on hand? The items on this list all come from small businesses in America, and each have a unique story. 

Simply click the product name to see the company page and story, and the item itself. 

Our top picks for your significant other:

   Brackish bow ties: £92.99                             Charleston Girl Perfume: £34.99

        Bluegrass Brass Sterling Silver                     Art Eatables: Taste of the Trail 
          Filigree Necklace: £44.99                           Fine Bourbon Truffles: £13.99
All items have next day shipping in the UK, 2-3 days elsewhere in Europe, so stop wasting your precious Valent-time!

Posted in American Clothing, American Food, Jewelry

Noelle Munoz: Jewelry With Heart

Posted on January 30, 2014

Noelle Munoz is a young jewelry designer in Charlotte North Carolina. Her motto is “Live what you love.  Wear what you love.” and her work exemplifies this by often putting her heart on her sleeve.


Browsing Noelle’s website and jewelry descriptions feels a bit like chatting with her over coffee. All of her pieces were inspired by some event in her life, and all of them are meant to serve a purpose. Not just to accessorize, but to complement the person who wears them, to show a little bit about their personality through the medium of precious metals.



Pictured above from left to right: Leaf (sterling silver), Durango (14k gold fill), Bali Hai Mini (14k gold filled)


Noelle went to school for jewelry and furniture design and even won awards for some of her pieces. The timelessness of her jewelry allows those pieces to remain in her ever expanding collection rather than having trendy pieces that rotate with the styles of the season.


Each Noelle Munoz piece is made by hand so will slightly differ from the pictures, but each one is guaranteed the highest quality jewelry. The kind of jewelry you could give to someone who you think is just as timeless on Valentine's Day.



Posted in Jewelry

Luger's New Look

Posted on January 28, 2014

The 9×19mm Parabellum was designed by Georg Luger in 1902. Since then it's become one of the most widely used bullets, adopted by most American police forces. 

The name Parabellum comes from the latin: Si vis pacem, para bellum ("If you seek peace, prepare for war")

The designer Jennifer Pettyjohn wasn't seeking peace or war when she created Bluegrass Brass' bullet jewelry. She just wanted a new accessory that felt true to her Kentucky roots, thus the 9mm earrings, necklace and ring were born.

The bullet points:

   -all primers and powders are removed, so jewelry is safe to wear. 

   -high quality materials like .925 sterling silver and Swarovski crystals are used in jewelry.

   -all pieces are handmade so can slightly differ.

   -Pieces are rustic enough for everyday wear,

   -but made of quality materials to go with more refined wear. 

Posted in Jewelry