To have one or more items shipped as a gift to someone else, please note this in the comments section of the order form. I will delete the prices from the shipping invoice.
The jewelry will be beautifully packaged in complimentary, custom gift packaging. I will be happy to package items together or individually; please specify your preference in the comments section of the order form.
Each piece of jewelry will include a necklace tag or earring card with a detailed description of the piece, highlighting the unique materials used. I’ll also include care instructions to assist your gift recipient in carefully handling and protecting their jewelry.
I will gladly enclose a personalized gift card for one or more recipients at the same address. Please include your gift message(s) in the comments section of the order form, and indicate which item(s) each card should accompany.
Giving a Gift Certificate Gives that Special Someone the Fun of Going on their Own Shopping Spree!
You do not need to have a PayPal account to purchase a gift certificate; however, the recipient will need to have or open a PayPal account to redeem the certificate.
Coupon or promotional codes may not be used to purchase gift certificates. However, the recipient can use a Hi-
You may print the gift certificate to give or mail to the recipient, or you can have PayPal email the certificate to her.
I recommend you do not enter the recipient’s email if you plan to print the certificate. Per PayPal’s term #1 below, a printed certificate with an email address on it can be redeemed only with that email address.
Please also note these terms from PayPal:
Printed merchant gift certificates are transferable if they do not include a recipient email address. For security and verification purposes, recipient may be required by PayPal to verify identity using a credit card.
Multiple gift certificates can be redeemed on a single purchase if they are in the same currency. Unused balances may be applied to other purchases from the same merchant.
Gift certificates do not expire and do not accrue maintenance fees.
Neither the merchant nor PayPal are responsible for lost or stolen gift certificates.
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