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Every Wish Way


Wish Bone

What It Is: In honour of St. Patrick’s Day (sort of), I thought it might be nice to zero in on a ‘good luck’ gift idea, in the form of a delicate wish bone jewelry holder. With a Victorian feel, place your most precious pieces on display by either leaving them on the dish or hanging bracelets off of the bone itself. It’s a perfect pick for the woman of discerning taste or for you to keep your wedding ring in plain sight.

Who It’s For: Your soon-to-be-married friend that’s selected you as a bridesmaid, to ensure her sparkles never jump ship. Your forgetful mom, so she always knows where she put her ring after taking it off to lather up her hands. Your ever chic sibling, to place on her vanity as a perfect finishing touch.

What It Costs: $48

Where It’s At: Anthropologie (online only)

Speaking of gems, I’ve got another bonus entry for my Jac-Out-Of-The-Box Jewelry giveaway available. Just tell me in the comments below – what’s your jewelry collection like in terms of size? How do you store it? Would this pretty piece have a place anywhere in your home?

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13 Responses to “Every Wish Way”
  1. shirley reeds says:

    I have Avon jewellery, been buying the odd piece for over 50 years. I use traditional jewellery box. this would be lovely.

  2. Annie D says:

    I have a thing for bracelets and I store them on a 4 tier pant rack which has the arms that swing out. I probably have about 50 and my favourite is the gold bangle which my grandmother left me. She received it from her brothers when they returned from WW 1 so it’s almost 100 years old. Such a treasure. I think this wish bone jewelry holder is very cute and I would put it on my nightstand to hold earrings.

  3. Julie G. says:

    My collection isn’t that big, it’s stored neatly and compactly in a drawer. I’d give the wishbone holder to my mother.

  4. cookie3 says:

    My jewellery collection is minimal. I love the wishbone jewellery holder to use as a gift.

  5. May says:

    My jewelry collection is small. I store them in jewelry boxes. I would love the wishbone jewelry holder to display my rings and bracelets!

  6. Joan G says:

    My jewelry collection is growing – I add a few pieces every year. I use a couple of jewelry boxes and the wishbone holder would be great for keeping item handy when I’m going to use them.

  7. Susan T. says:

    I have a pretty large collection and it is all in various mismatched boxes. I have earrings and rings loose on my dresser and am always losing things so I could use this!

  8. Susan says:

    I have quite a few pieces. I bought a couple of tie racks at the dollar store to hang necklaces on in my closet. I like the little wishbone holder.

  9. Emilia says:

    yes, I would like it on my dresser, at the moment I just use an old Dior Box for my jewelry. I have a lot of vintage pieces from thrift stores

  10. Victoria Ess says:

    I’d say it’s medium-sized. I displayed most of the pieces that I frequently wear on a corkboard and in trays, and store the rest in drawers.

  11. beewbedard says:

    I dont have a big collection – just adding to it bit by bit

  12. Alison K says:

    Jac-Out-Of-The-Box jewelry bonus giveaway: My jewelry collection is substantial since I can only wear one piece at a time 😉 heehee. Necklaces hang on your bathroom rack, ring on the bathroom counter & earrings in a glass container. This piece would actually be nice for a catch-all when I come home each night & then it would be used regularly & I could wish upon it everyday 🙂 thanks

  13. diane p says:

    I have a moderate collection of simple style jewelry. I have it on my dresser in small containers, in the top dresser drawer and some in my closet. This would have a place on my dresser.

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