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October 30, 2013

Holiday Suggestion: Necklace Saver

Holiday gift givers who have something sparkly on their shopping list may want to consider the Necklace Saver as a companion present. Affordably priced at $6.95, the Necklace Saver prevents jewelry chains from tangling, thereby putting an end to one of jewelry lovers’ biggest frustrations. Made of shimmering organza in pretty pastel colors, the Necklace Saver can function as a necklace’s holiday wrapping or can be stuffed inside a stocking for an add-on gift every woman will genuinely appreciate.  

The Necklace Saver’s patent-pending configuration makes traveling with necklaces a tangle-free experience with just three simple steps: 1) Slide the necklace through the generous sleeve; 2) Secure the necklace with its clasp; 3) Tie the ends of the Necklace Saver into a pretty bow to prevent the necklace from sliding out.

  • Keeps your necklaces tangle free and organized
  • Is ideal for home or travel
  • Allows the necklace to retain its natural circular shape
  • Is transparent - see necklaces without having to open boxes or pouches
  • Makes it a breeze to select the necklace in a hurry
  • Is made from lightweight, iridescent pastel organza
  • Can be used by itself - in a drawer, purse or suitcase - or in jewelry boxes and trees
  • Available in 3 widths and 2 lengths to accommodate most necklaces
  • Only $6.95!
The Necklace Saver is available for purchase online at

I think this is a really neat idea. I had a ton of necklaces sitting in a drawer in my jewelry box, but when I go to grab one I get them all. They're usually tangled and mixed together. Too often it's more work than it's worth so I give up and go without, but I love to accessorize, so I'm so glad there's a solution to this tangled mess problem I have, and I'm sure I'm not the only woman who has this issue.

I'd suggest adding this to your stocking stuffer list this year!!!

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