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Jewels Fiji Has a Variety of Options For Gifts

Jewels Fiji Has a Variety of Options For Gifts
May 11
12:48 2018

With three days away from Mother’s Day, Jewel Fiji has released the most popular jewellery gift ideas this season, which focuses on quality, sentiment and style.

Many people remember their moth­ers and relatives who are mothers on Mother’s Day.

Motherly figures may include step­mothers, relatives, mothers-in-law, a guardian or a family friend. There are many different ways to celebrate Moth­er’s Day.

They include, but are not limited to giving cards, flowers, or cakes, family gatherings or visits, family breakfasts, brunches, lunches, and dinners either at home, at a cafe or at a restaurant, per­sonal phone calls, particularly from chil­dren who live away from their mothers and/or motherly figures , Mother’s Day poems and messages.

However, many still decide to gift mothers with jewellery.

Regular Jewellery shopper Elizabeth Chow of Cunningham said jewellery was not only a beautiful accessory; it served as a special reminder of the special peo­ple and location in special moments in her life.

“In an era of throw-away fashion, jewel­lery continues to be a top gift for Moth­er’s Day because jewellery is meaning­ful and will serve as a reminder of love and appreciation for years to come,” Ms Chow said.

“Jewellery gifts become an instant family heirloom as fine jewellery is de­signed to last a lifetime and when taken care of, it can be passed on from genera­tion to generation.

“Jewellery tells the story of my life…It immediately transports me in a way even photographs cannot. When I miss my mom, the only thing that comforts me is putting on her ring, and then I feel close to her.

“Open cuff bracelets, bold earrings and statement necklaces are all trending this Mother’s Day, and are sure to never go out of style.

“At Jewel Fiji, you can trust that they will walk you through the best jewellery gift options and be there to help you take care of your jewellery for years to come.”

Ms Chow will travel down to Lautoka today to spend Mother’s day with her mother and other three siblings.

“It’s a family tradition; we would go to Naisoso to have a picnic and barbecue. The men of the family would cook for us, on this day,” she said.

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