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Joolwe.com online jewelry store has a myriad of exquisitely designed and crafted necklaces and pendants. We hand picked each of our items to offer our customers classic and modern, eclectic and sophisticated as well as high fashion styles.

Sterling silver, 10k yellow gold and gold over sterling silver provide gorgeous backdrops for stunning gemstone embellishments. We have necklaces and pendants that are swathed in diamonds, amethysts, sapphires, garnet, citrine, smoky topaz, pearls and much more. Our savvy collection of necklaces and pendants offer selections that add a unique touch to each customer's signature style.



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    Joolwe.com Unveils Its Online Jewelry Store Featuring a Pre-launch 25~40 Percent Off Christmas Sale and a Biweekly Jewelry Giveaway. Joolwe.com is announcing its Pre-launch Christmas Sale and Biweekly Jewelry Giveaway.

  • February Birthstone: Alluring Amethyst

    Amethysts are the official birthstones for the month of February as named by the American Association of Jewelers in 1912 as well the birthstone for the Pisces Zodiac sign. It is traditionally given as a gift on the fourth, sixth and seventeenth wedding anniversaries. Amethysts are the most valuable members of the quartz family. These...

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    Silver jewelry is one of the most popular ones. Their noble cold shine attracts with its beauty and mystery.

  • Summer Jewelry Trends 2009: Must Have Accessories

    Summer is here and I am sure that you have already done away with the sweaters, wool blazers and heavy coats. Now is the time to break out your softer pieces: flowy chiffon, soft cottons and lightweight tunics. Summer is wonderful time for bright colors in clothing and jewelry. Let’s face it, as the weather gets hotter we tend to show...

  • March Birthstone: Aquamarine

    Aquamarine, which means “water of the sea”, is the March birthstone as named by the American National Association of Jewelers in 1912. These gorgeous gemstones typically have a gorgeous blue hue that is reminiscent of the breathtaking waters in the Caribbean Sea.