Monday, September 21, 2020

Graduation Pearls Available at D Forsythe Jewelry

Coronado High School graduation is just around the corner, and what better way to say congratulations to your graduate than with a gift of pearls!

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The unique styles you’ll find at d Forsythe were specially designed by owner Dolores Forsythe to commemorate this milestone.
These pearl necklaces and bracelets are embellished with a Sterling Silver Coronado crown charm, and purchasing these elegant pearls locally will contribute to the Foundation for Women, an organization dedicated to helping women in impoverished countries provide for their families’ future.

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The selection currently available includes:

  • 6mm Pearl necklace with Sterling Silver crown $75.00
  • 6mm Pearl bracelet with Sterling Silver crown & heart $45.00
  • Toggle bracelet with seed pearls and Sterling Silver crown $30.00
  • 6mm Pearl earrings $25.00
  • Sterling Silver chain and crown charm $35.00

Buy your Coronado High School graduate a timeless, lustrous, piece of jewelry to mark this special occasion.

Promotion ends June 15th!
dForsythe is located above Island Pasta at 1136 Loma Ave #203 Coronado, CA 92118

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