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More About Robert Manse Designs $500 Jewelry Shopping Spree

jewelry shopping spree

With the holidays right around the corner, here’s a chance to win a $500 online jewelry shopping spree – courtesy of Robert Manse Designs.

Robert Manse is known worldwide for his stunning high-quality silver and gemstone jewelry. Branding his own namesake line or designing for private labels, each jewel is made by skilled Artisans in Bali, Thailand, or India. Now it’s easier to own one of Robert’s treasures for yourself!

Simply visit the official online jewelry shopping spree contest page and follow the instructions. You can earn points by completing simple tasks featured on the featured social media checklist. The more people you share with – the more points earned. The participant with the most points wins.

Initially launched on September 29, 2017, there have been over 1,000 entries via popular social media platforms Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

“I am so excited you all are having so much fun with this giveaway,” comments Robert. “Every time I get new likes and shares – it makes my day. I can’t wait to see which of you will win the $500 shopping spree. Good luck to all!”

There is no purchase necessary to enter. But you must be 21 or older and live in the United States.

But hurry! The chance to win a $500 online jewelry shopping spree ends October 31, 2017.

More about Jewelry Designer Robert Manse:

A New York City native, designer Robert Manse has been captivated with jewelry since he was a young boy. His first job in Manhattan was with a diamond jewelry manufacturer in Midtown Manhattan where he learned how to enchant his customers by providing quality jewelry at attainable prices. Over the course of many years, Robert was taken under the wing of two Master Designers who taught him the art of making fine and unique jewelry in the U.S. and abroad.

With over twenty-five plus years in the industry, he has designed and sold several successful high-end jewelry brands and his lines have been showcased at some of the world’s top luxury retailers. From glamorous red-carpet looks to exotic hand-crafted silver creations, Robert Manse has designed jewelry for and dressed many a celebrity in his unique wearable art. Showcasing his collections at luxury retailers nationwide, he has traveled the world in search of the most passionate and skilled craftsmen and jewelers to bring his spectacular creations to life. From India to Hong Kong and Thailand to Bali, seeking the perfect balance of world-class gemstones and metals, keeping wear-ability and comfort in mind, Robert designs fashion-forward yet classic designs with bold color combinations. This is his never-ending passion.

How to Redesign an Old Wedding Band with Custom Shop

redesign your wedding band with Custom Shop

Tired of the wedding band that’s on your finger? It’s okay to consider ways to redesign your wedding band. Rejuvenation of the wedding band is adding an interesting twist on wedding band longevity. More and more people are taking aspects of their existing bridal jewelry and creating something new out of it. With the help of a local jeweler and Novell’s Custom Shop, it’s easy to make an old idea something fresh. The best part is that nothing necessarily has been thrown away. It’s just being redesigned or rejuvenated.

The wedding band is integrated into everyday life. After all – you are supposed to wear it all the time. Yet it’s not a surprise that over time you might find yourself wanting something new. Redesigning allows the ring to essentially grow with the wearer. This concept can apply to both rings that have been inherited (i.e. passed down from a relative), and pieces that have simply been outgrown.

Inherited engagement rings or wedding bands carry a degree of sentimental value unmatched by other articles of jewelry. Keep in mind that it is possible to retain some sentiment while making a new ring that has your own distinctive touch. This can be accomplished through preservation of a particular component – such as a gem stones or metal. In many cases, metal from an old design can be melted and used for the new one. Stones can be reset as well.

Take for instance my Mom – who wanted to make changes to the ring she was married in. She decided to combine her engagement ring and wedding band into one piece. This combination was a means to create a practical, unique and most importantly meaningful ring. It turned out to be a rather creative process. Mom could preserve the diamond from the original engagement ring and use it in a new platinum band. This new style was set with intricately placed diamonds from her original wedding band. It represents the idea of renewal in it’s entirely – adopting the new while simultaneously preserving and enhancing the old.

And guess what? She absolutely loves it!

Interested in redesigning your bridal jewelry? Just tell your local jeweler to give Custom Shop a call with your needs, and we’ll take it from there.

Remember – Grandma’s rubies will look great in a new wedding band that you’ve always had in the back of your mind. Take advantage.

Need help finding a jeweler? Visit Novell’s retailer locator today.

Story by Kelly Rupinski