Monday, June 10, 2013

Etienne Perret Ceramique Ring Review and Giveaway 6/30 ARV $150 CLOSED

Disclosure - free sample provided.

Many of you know that I love jewelry.  I love sharing when I come across something great when it comes to jewelry too.  Have you heard of ceramic jewelry?  I just found out about it and I am truly amazed.  Ceramic jewelry is unique, beautiful, and amazing.  I want to introduce you to Etienne Perret.  

Etienne Perret makes fashionable jewelry that is high quality.  He prides himself in this.  You truly can tell by the way the jewelry looks, but also feels on.  He is known for creating stunning bridal jewelry.  Have you seen any of it before this?  It is absolutely eye catching.  He is known for his colored diamond jewelry.

Etienne Perret is now creating Ceramique jewelry.  This term may be unfamiliar, so I will explain.  Ceramique is a high quality material.  It is lighter than gold, it's durable, comfortable and beautiful.  The material is becoming popular with brides and grooms.  I completely understand why too!  The rings come in a variety of colors.  This really makes shopping for a ring fun.  It allows you to personalize the ring just how you want too.  There are options that include a variety of finishes, widths, and of course stones or pearls.  The color choices are really fun and include - pink, white, black, green, blue, brown and some are available in gray.  The rings cannot be resized, so you do need to take care and make sure you get the proper size.  I personally love everything about these rings.  I also love that they are not only stunning, but they are reasonably priced too.

I received a 6mm pink polished Ceramique band.  I love it.  It is so comfortable to wear.  I love that it is so light on my finger.  It is absolutely one of the neatest rings I have owned.  It is something that people ask me about all of the time.  The pink is a light bubble gum type pink.  I think the color is something that catches people and they want to know about it.  The ring is made with extreme quality.  I am impressed!  

This is just one of the many items in the Ceramique line of jewelry.  What color and style would you choose?  There are so many great items that they offer.  You can visit the Ceramique website to learn more.  You can also connect with them on Facebook and Pinterest too.  You can also sign up for their newsletter here.

Giveaway - Enter to win a dome ring in 4, 6 or 8mm width.
Color choices include - black, white, pink, blue or chocolate.
Finish choices include - polished, silk or brushed.
Winner chooses the size.

Open to US residents 18 years of age and older.  The giveaway will end on 6/30/13 at 8:59 PM PST.  The  winner will be chosen randomly.  The winner will be contacted by email and will have 48 hours to contact me back to claim their prize.  Mommie of 2 is not responsible for lost prizes or prizes not received.

Disclosure - I received a free sample to facilitate my review.  No monetary compensation was provided.  All opinions are completely my own.  My participation is voluntary.   I am disclosing in accordance with FTC 16 CFR Part 255.  

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  1. They are sold at the Z Folio Gallery
    Solvang and Monterey, California

  2. Fancy-colored diamonds are used. These diamonds range in the colors of the rainbow; Ruby red, baby pink, grass green and sapphire blue diamonds are the rarest and most precious.
    Mary G Loki

  3. I like the R368D2MPT (2) & CEF04B ring.

  4. I learned they have 40 years of experience creating the finest bridal and fashion jewelry.

  5. I learned that Etienne Perret lives in Maine like me!

  6. I learned the jewelry costs a fraction of what precious metals do

    April C.

  7. I learned that natural-color yellow diamonds get their color from the presence of nitrogen and blue diamonds from boron or hydrogen.

  8. I love all of Etienne Perret's designs!

  9. I learned that they have a blog, thanks!

    kimberlybreid at hotmail dot com

  10. I'd pick black in silk!
    Michelle Tucker

  11. I learned that they sell their items at Williams Jewelers of Cherry Creek Denver, Colorado. Which is close by!
    Michelle tucker