When I was recently given the opportunity to review a piece of jewelry from Uncommon Goods, I jumped at the chance. They had several pieces that caught my eye, not only for myself, but as gifts.
I chose a personalized piece ~ the Typewriter Key Necklace with the letter “K”, for my first name. Simple, timeless and classic, in my opinion. A necklace that would go with just about everything, and one that I could wear to work or just hanging out with family.
For those of you wondering how a piece would arrive as a gift, it comes in a box with the Uncommon Goods name on the lid.
Inside you will find the necklace within a lovely printed velvet bag, along with a small card that indicates that the typewriter key is, indeed, from an actual vintage typewriter.
There is a clasp on the pendant, so you could add it to a charm bracelet even, and the lobster clasp that is also on the chain provides a secure closure for the necklace. With Mother’s Day coming up fast, they have some lovely gifts for anyone’s Mom! Not just jewelry either. Here are some items I came across and all very reasonably priced.
Gardener’s Tool Seat
Mariner Cheese Board
Uncommon Goods is an online marketplace offering creatively designed, high-quality merchandise at affordable prices. You can search for gifts for him, her and by price! Uncommon Goods has kindly offered a giveaway here on my blog for a $25.00 gift certificate.
Entering is easy and there are three ways to enter:
- Leave a comment on this post telling me you’d like to be entered for this giveaway.
- If you’ve ever purchased something from Uncommon Goods, leave me another, separate comment telling me about it.
- Visit Uncommon Goods then come back and leave me a separate comment telling me about something that caught your eye.
This giveaway will end on April 22, 2015, at midnight EST. Giveaway is open to US residents only (sorry!). Winner will be chosen via random.org. Winner will have 48 hours to confirm their win after being notified or a new winner will be chosen. You do not have to have a blog to enter, but you must leave me a way to contact you in your comment.
This post is sponsored by Uncommon Goods. I was selected for this opportunity and the content and opinions expressed here are all my own.