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Tuesday, April 23, 2013

EARTH DAY and the Disney Baby Blog

I am honored, excited, and thrilled beyond words that I was asked by the head writer for Disney's Baby Blog to be part of their feature titled:

Earth Day 2013: Eco-Friendly Gifts Ideas For Mom & Baby

They only featured ten items and one of them was one of my most popular initial styles"

I have every initial available recycled silver and eco-friendly bronze

Thank you  Nadia Carriere!

Right around the corner is Mother's Day. This initial is a perfect gift for mom for this, or any occasion.

Celebrate Earth Day everyday and I will see you in a few...

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Sunday, April 7, 2013

Recycled Silver Monogram Initial Pendant Necklaces


Finally! After many requests, Your Daily Jewels is creating personalized monogram pendant necklaces from 100% recycled fine silver. Hot off the press, and not even listed yet. Please contact me at my Etsy shop if you are interested.
Did you know Humans,prior to written language, as early as 350 BC were using monograms as a means of identification. In ancient times, monograms were used to sign art works or coins. In the middle ages their use spread widely as a signature. It's imporant to remember that most kings and emperors were not able to write or even to sign their own name!

Monograms were used by the Greeks and Romans who marked their coins with the initials of the ruler of the region and then later added to mark valuable items of the royalty to show their place in high society.

Today the traditional monogram is three initials, the first name initial , followed by the last name initial (centered and larger) and finally, the middle initial. The earliest monograms were just a two intitials.

Just a little tidbit on a Sunday afternoon

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