14 September 2009

Bittersweets letter ring: Jezebel GIVEAWAY vol. 1!


Get thee to the comments section, quick! Dear Robin, of Bittersweets NY is offering one of her famous letter rings to a Jezebel habitué. My letter ring is rose gold and says BOB (for a rather famous Bob, the once-or-never topical songwriter): do what you will with yours. Pick from 14k white, rose, or yellow gold in shiny or matte finish, and choose 4 letters, et voila- a tiny, golden haiku for your slim, black-varnished finger is born.

To enter: visits Bittersweets NY's site, and between now and Sunday the 20th leave a comment here, at this very post. Do make sure that I'll be able to find you, as I'm most certain you will be the winner. And, don't despair if I am wrong and you are not the winner- capitalism is not dead.

21 comments:

Chrysanthe said...

ooh I want! Which post do we comment on over there? P.S. did their shop on Broadway close?

jezebel said...

Oh sorry- I edited for clarity. Yes, comment here, and yes, the Broadway store did close, but the line is available at Catbird and directly through Robin for custom. Thanks for visiting, Chrysanthe!

Mon Petit Fantome said...

Oh yay!! I love Bittersweets, and definitely would be a fool not to enter :)
xo!

TippyPorter said...

Oh my! I have wanted one of these and for some reason, still do not have one. Oh please!

TippyPorter said...

Oh my! I have wanted one of these and for some reason, still do not have one. Oh please!

Caroline said...

Goodness gracious those are lovely.

Les Miettes said...

so pretty, pretty! Rose gold + word games....

little augury said...

Lovely that ring & who could resist the temptation to buy multiples. The snake things are rather pleasing too. Love the naturalistic look of the jewelry. la

hillary said...

i love, love, love these! i'm obsessed with initial, word, letter-inscribed anything!

xoxo!

ellie said...

How amazingly beautiful, delicate and sublime..i would die for one...

jasonwclark said...

Sweet ophidian treasures inscribed with lovely letters? Surely I would be remiss if I didn't drop my name in the hat too. :)

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carina said...

There aren't many pieces that I'm willing to take off my grandmother's amethyst ring for. These beauties definitely fit the bill!

Leila said...

That is beautiful! I'm so lucky to have found this post even if I'm not the lucky winner as I'd not seen the rings before.

educatedpony said...

long time lurker, first time poster. spied this delicious offer while i was digging through your blog in order to post on my blog about your blog. oh dear. anyway, i had to throw my hat in the ring--so to speak. i hope the link to my page is sufficent in case i am the lucky lady who needs to be contacted.

Anonymous said...

Those are lovely, as is so much at Bittersweets and I am delighted I found this site in time to enter!

You can find me easy enough, if need be, my name is lisefife and I yahoo.
Very cool, you have to solve a puzzle to give away a treasure!

the great lakes said...

ms. leigh
too tempting an offer indeed. i have always wanted to get one with my sweet josephine's nickname-jojo on it. to wear on the opposite hand of the only other one i love so much!
xo rose

verhext said...

eeeee. i saw your link earlier and may go into debt for holiday prizes for loved ones.

mmm a 4 letter ring...hex?

or maybe 'this'?

massey said...

oh! these are just lovely and i simply cannot live without one.

Teya said...

The rings of Saturn, the circles of life....gold bond tie me to thee....Lovely jewels.

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