Perfectly Uncommon Jewelry from UncommonGoods!

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uncommongoods jewelry

If you've read my blog long enough, you'll already know this, but for those of you who are first timers, there's one thing you should know about me: I love scouring the deepest parts of the internet to find the best goodies. A few years ago while I was browsing around, I came across this website called UncommonGoods that carried all of these really interesting, and fairly uncommon, trinkets and gifts. Fast forward a couple of years and these lovely people were kind enough to send me some pieces of jewelry from their vast selection!

There's so many super things about UncommonGoods that really makes them different from a lot of other companies. They were founded in 1999 and currently operate out of the Brooklyn Army Terminal, where they provide a fair minimum wage to their workers. The massive amount of personalized jewelry , which can be found here, is such a draw in itself, but they even donate $1 of every purchase made to a non-profit of your choice. Basically everything about UncommonGoods is so great and it make you feel really good because you get to support a charity and some incredible artists and designers. I could go on an on and about this company but I'm going to let their products do the rest of the talking!

uncommongoods jewelry

I spent forever looking through the array of necklaces, which you can find here, and came across this beautiful and dainty piece that really spoke right to my heart. It came on this card with an explanation of what each charm means but you get to keep that little secret to yourself when you wear it. There are so many other pieces by Mary Steratore just like this one that everyone is able to find a necklace that means a lot to them. It might not be personalized but it sure does feel like it!

uncommongoods jewelry

uncommongoods jewelry

The bracelet I chose also has a really significant meaning. Also dainty and sizeable, this piece expresses my mantra in such beautiful words written by the artist Beth Lawrence: "Learn from the past, live in the present, and keep a bright eye on the future." So simple yet so powerful, I haven't spent a day without it on.

uncommongoods jewelry

Thank you to UncommonGoods for working with me and really opening my eyes up to the incredible work that they do while providing such great, sustainable pieces. I'm so happy with my jewelry and I can't wait to tell the world all about this wonderful company!

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