Thank You Thanksgiving Gift: Silver Diamond Bracelet

Amelia Ross of writes that “Although Thanksgiving is not a traditional gift giving holiday like Christmas, Hannukah or even Valentine’s Day,” you wouldn’t want to show up at a Holiday dinner empty-handed. That said, instead of bringing the cliché store-bought pumpkin or pecan pie, or stressing over what homemade traditional dish to bring, why not give traditions a bit of a shake by giving the host the gift of a silver diamond bracelet? After all, nothing says “THANK YOU” like a sparkly silver diamond bracelet.

Fine Diamond and Gemstone Jeweler, has a great beautiful, and affordable(!) collection of silver diamond bracelets that are sure to bring a big smile to your hostess’ face—not to mention a guaranteed invitation to next year’s Thanksgiving dinner!

These silver diamond bracelets would make great Thanksgiving gifts:
The sterling silver diamond bracelet:

Handcrafted in 925 silver this bracelet, which retails for $200, features a stunning diamond-accented design on the front of the frame, held in a secure prong setting.

Sterling Silver and Gold Diamond Bracelets in Two Tone Gold—there are 5 different types, each with a different design, with a price range of $110-170. All 5 silver diamond bracelets are handcrafted in genuine 925 silver, with 18k yellow gold accents: One bracelet has a single strip of yellow gold in the middle, embellished with shimmering round cut diamonds, in a bezel setting; while another, boasts a V-shaped yellow gold frame in the center, with a single diamond accent above it.

This Thanksgiving, stick to traditions—but not when it comes to thank-you presents to your Thanksgiving dinner hostess. Give the gift of’s silver diamond bracelet.

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