January White Jewelry Sale Discount Prices

Published On: 01-03-2015 02:46am

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January White Sales are now in full swing. Typically, when you think of January White Sales, you  may think of discount prices on towels, bed sheets, furniture, or other household items. These can be purchased at your favorite store or conveniently purchased at on-line store websites.

The Singing Beader jewelry shop at ArtFire.com is offering 25% off all jewelry that is primarily white in color. The Singing Beader makes all her jewelry by hand. Most are one of a kind pieces, with only one for sale and can not be found in stores.

White jewelry is typically worn in the spring and summer, however, there are no rules in the fashion world. White jewelry, along with white clothing, is acceptable in the fall and winter season. White teams up well with other wardrobe colors and is especially popular with black.

The Singing Beader is offering discounts on several choices; a white howlite gemstone ankle bracelet, a three-piece beaded glass pearl set, a cascading three-strand cat eye beaded necklace, and an adjustable fire polished pearl cluster ring. These are just a few of the items offered.

The white howlite gemstone ankle bracelet is a size large. It fastens easily with a large silver plated lobster clasp. The pearl necklace and earring set is classic with its never-go-out-of-style features. The set includes two long strand glass pearl necklaces and earrings. The pearls are accented with silver plated spacer beads. The matching earrings have sterling silver French style earring wires. 


The three strand cascading cat-eye beaded necklace has an easy to fasten, strong magnetic clasp. It is lovely when wearing with a low cut neckline top. The adjustable cluster ring has fire polished white pearls on the looped ring form. The faceted pearls have a beautiful, iridescent finish. The ring comes with a black leather gift box, perfect for gift giving.


To apply the 25% off savings, enter the coupon code WHITERABBIT25 during the checkout process on ArtFire.com. The Singing Beader accepts Pay Pal payments. If you do no have a Pay Pal account, you can select the credit card option during the Pay Pal process. Sale ends January 31, 2015.

There are several other selections of handmade white jewelry at The Singing Beader. Here is a link to see them all. Clicking on the photos will take you to the detailed description for each piece.


If you have questions, please contact The Singing Beader at the “contact seller” link.

Do you like music themed jewelry? The Singing Beader also sells a large selection of music themed jewelry, including musical instrument charm jewelry. Some choices include flutes, drums, cellos and clarinets.

Reader's Comments

By ShanghaiTai on 01/30/2015 @ 05:15pm

That is a unique twist on the "white sale", which makes more sense than the original white sale, in my opinion! Good luck with your sale!

By ShadowDogDesigns on 01/23/2015 @ 09:24pm

Hope your sales go well, Connie!

By adorebynat on 01/08/2015 @ 06:55am

Sounds like a great sale! White certainly goes with everything and I love its simplicity. Wishing you a ton of sales.

By Wyverndesigns on 01/07/2015 @ 06:52pm

I agree with the others, a clever take on the "white sale" and white is great any time of the year!

By EweniqueEssentials on 01/05/2015 @ 03:21am

Clever use of the familiar "winter white sale" for advertising your sale! I hope that many of your white pieces find a new home soon.

By myMountainStudio on 01/04/2015 @ 05:35pm

I find white works any time of year, and I often think of snow when I think of white in regards to seasons (I do live in Montana, afterall). But I've never been one to go by what you are "supposed" to wear... I just wear what I want to wear and when I want to wear it. :)

By PolkadotOrchid on 01/03/2015 @ 11:28pm

I like this take on a winter white sale! Pearls definitely can be worn all year long - not just in summer.

By craftsofthepast on 01/03/2015 @ 10:21pm

A straight to the point blog about your creations and their availability is often helpful to your prospective buyers. Good job!

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