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Kendra Scott's Danielle earrings ($52) add a welcome pop of color to any outfit.
Jewelry Nut offered these colorful leather wrap bracelets ($24 each) at a recent auction.
Jane Basch's signature calligraphy necklace ($158) makes for an ideal personalized accessory.
Online commerce is hardly new, but through social media, one company is changing the face of how we buy jewelry.
Fort Worth-based Jewelry Nut Auctions offers biweekly sales of trendy, colorful statement necklaces, bracelets and rings via an online auction on Facebook.
Owners Victoria Wise and Meredith Miner have experience in jewelry design and business management, but another determining factor played an even bigger role in the launch of Jewelry Nut: Between them, the women have seven kids ages 5 and under and, needless to say, very little time to shop (alone) for themselves.
No matter our responsibilities, we all have busy schedules, so the auction format (Monday and Thursday nights, 8 to 9 p.m.) is streamlined and the rules simple. When you want to buy an item, just be the first to write sold underneath it in the comments section.
The baubles range from whimsical to understated.
We like the Jane Basch monogram necklaces ($124 to $204) as well as the Ropes casual bracelets ($35 to $70). Both designers sell exclusive lines with Jewelry Nut.
And since the items are priced from around $20 to $300, you have all the more reason to go nuts.
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