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  • Jewelry Affairs Accepts Google Pay

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    Hi there jewelry lovers!
    We are happy to announce that we are now accepting Google Pay as a payment method at our jewelry store 

    Find your gold and silver jewelry, earrings, bracelets, necklaces, gold chains, gold rings and more and pay with your google wallet by using google pay.

    Visit our collections and shop now.

    Don't forget. We offer free US and Canada Shipping and low international shipping for all of the rest of you. 

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  • Jewelry Affairs Accepts Bitcoin Payments

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    Jewelry Affairs is happy to announce that it will offer bitcoin as a payment method.

    Our customer can you they Bitpay wallet and use their bitcoin to purchase jewelry from our store. Our Free Shipping and 30 Day Money Back policies stand the same for all payments.

    Visit Jewelry Affairs now and find your earrings, bracelets, necklaces and rings in gold and silver.

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  • Jewelry Statements on the 2018 Grammy Music Awards

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    While the sartorial statement of the 60th annual Grammy Awards was the white rose worn/carried to show support and stand in solidarity with the Time's Up movement, the gems were pretty spectacular.

    With stars like Beyonce wearing $6.8 million worth of Lorraine Schwartz jewelry and Common donning $65,000 Tiffany diamond cufflinks set in platimum, the jewels were hard to miss.

    Lady Gaga walked the Grammy red carpet in over 200 carats of Lorraine Schwartz black diamonds. 

    In a Armani Prive gown, she wore 18 karat blackened diamond chandelier earrings, a matching serpent ring and a black diamond bypass ring.

    Beyonce accessorized her custom couture gown and hat by Nicolas Jebron with bling from her go-to designer, Lorraine Schwartz.

    Queen B wore a custom made pair of 70 carat diamond and titanium geometric earrings with 35 carat center stones and three platinum set diamond rings.

    Kesha added Hollywood drama to her navy western-inspired pantsuit with a 50 carat emerald ring worth $250,000, and diamond rings by Roberto Bravo and L’Dezen by Payal Shah.

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  • Black Friday & Cyber Monday Jewelry Discounts

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    Hi there friends.

    The holiday season is around the corner and we wanted to share with you with some of our discount deals. Free US and Canada shipping is going to be available for all jewelry orders throughout the holidays. A Black Friday and a Cyber Monday discount coupon will also be available for these days.

    On Black Friday the 24th of November you can use coupon code "BLACKJA15" and you will save 15% on your order.

    On Cyber Monday the 27th of November you can use coupon code "CYBERJA15" and you will also save 15% on your order.

    Browse our catalog find new arrival on gold hoop earringsgold bracelets, gold necklaces and many more.

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  • Emmys 2017 - Dangle & Drop Earrings A Red Carpet Must

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    The 2017 Emmy Awards are history. Big Little Lies was a big winner along with Donald Glover, "Saturday Night Live" and "The Handmaid's Tale." Lena Waithe made history as the first black woman to win for writing in a comedy series, "Handmaid's" was the first streaming show to win drama, and Donald Glover was the first black man to win directing in comedy. 

    Those big expanses of décolletage revealed by low-cut gowns are going largely undecorated on the 2017 Emmy red carpet, which could be bad news for some jewelry designers.

    Those diamond dealers know that any major bit of bling that's photographed on a celebrity can instantly jump in value and start big trends.

    Yet, where cleavage goes bare, ear lobes do not. Large drop earrings added the essential sparkle. Sporting the look: Tracee Ellis Ross, Laverne Cox, Ellie Kemper, Leslie Jones and Sofia Vergara.

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