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#481 once upon a time… fairytale jewelry

Onceuponatime

Once upon a time…there couldn't be a more appropriate name than this…fairytale inspired jewelry for children made and designed in Italy! So very beautiful and when thinking of Lode's girlfriends here in Kuala Lumpur who always want to dress-up as princesses I believe these necklaces, bracelets and ear rings would make them so very Happy. I love the packaging as well, every jewelry piece comes in small book telling the original story…

..once upon a time..
..once upon a time – in English..
..once upon a time blog..

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  1. ChantaleP

    These are beautiful! I have such a hard time finding charms for my daughter’s bracelets and these are so appropriate! Thank you for finding this..

  2. tyler

    we’ve just hit the age of princesses and ‘happily ever after’. these are super sweet. thanks so for the link!

    love your father’s day pic below. heartwarming indeed!

  3. Sushi Shinde

    Thanks for providing such a valuable & original information.
    Your blogs are always appreciated for their vivid presentation. Always keep us informed about the updates.


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