About Allie Rose Jewelry
Allie Rose Jewelry is a collection of Name Brand jewelry that has been purchased through the years, and most have never been worn.
But, due to many personal reasons to provide income for the family's medical bills, my wife, who battled Breast Cancer this past year, has decided it is time to part with the jewelry and some of her nice purses and handbags, which just like the jewelry, most have never been used.
While she has many of her items posted, she still has more to offer. As time permits, these items will be posted.
If you have questions about an item, or want to make an offer other than the posted price, please click on the “Contact This Advertiser” button above the item description and send us your message. We will reply to all messages. Your email address will be kept confidential.
All prices are negotiable.
If you wish to purchase an item, we will get back with you on a mutual date and time to pick it up in Glenn Heights, Texas, 75154. We want you to see and examine each item purchased before we finalize the transaction. We will only hold your items for five (5) business days, as there may be other interested parties.
Items you intend to purchase, will be marked "SOLD, PENDING PICK UP" on the website. If you change your mind about a purchase, please let us know as soon as possible, so we can take this "SOLD" notation off.
Also, since we do not have an automated system to "'Reserve" an item for purchase and pickup, there may be situations where two or more customers want to purchase an item(s) close to the same time. In this situation we will sell to the customer that contacts us first, wishing to purchase the item. We will communicate that information back to all interested parties
She accepts most Credit Cards
Jewelry Tips - Alexandrite Gemstone
Alexandrite is one of the rarest of all colored gemstones available today. More specifically, it is an extremely rare color change variety of chrysoberyl (a cyclosilicate). Despite its name, chrysoberyl, which is an aluminate of beryllium, does not actually belong to the beryl mineral group, but rather, it is classified as its own independent mineral group.