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Five Days of Giveaways: Amaragold Globe Cluster Earrings

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The five days of giveaways in celebration of our fifth anniversary finishes up today! Not to worry, we’ve got a fantastic giveaway starting on Monday with LovingEco valued at $595, so stay tuned. The sweepstakes for August 12, 2011:

Amaragold, Globe Cluster Earrings ($150 value)

About: A profusion of sterling silver and 14K gold globes dangle from strands of delicate, but strong cable chain. Like twinkling stars they capture the light as they move in carefree abandon. The 6, 7 and 8mm globes are finished with caps and attached with soldered links for extra strength. A 6mm ball post earring with extra large ear nuts completes the look. Crafted in precious metals made from renewable sources. The Amara fine jewelry collection is 100% renewed which is created using a carefully crafted recycling process.

One winner will be chosen, but you can enter three ways: one from entry on this post, one from Facebook, one from Twitter.


Website: Enter to win by commenting on this post below. One comment per person.

Facebook: Visit the Ecorazzi Facebook page and enter via the 5 Days of Giveaways contest tab.

Twitter: Follow @ecorazzi and @amara_gold on Twitter and tweet this once per day through 8/12/11 at 11:59pm ET: Follow @ecorazzi @amara_gold & RT to enter to win Gold Cluster Earrings. Rules: http://www.ecorazzi.com/?p=58518 #ecorazzi5 #giveaway

Entries accepted until August 12, 2011 at 11:59pm ET. One winner will be selected. No purchase necessary. Void where prohibited. Complete rules.

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