Win This Victorian Pearl Jewelry Set!

KTS blog tour prize!

BBT The King of Threadneedle Street Banner copyTo celebrate my upcoming The King of Threadneedle Street blog tour, I’m giving away this Victorian-style genuine freshwater pearl jewelry set, including a 2-strand necklace, 2-strand bracelet, and sterling silver earrings. You see a variety of lavender, silver, and peacock pearls, faceted onyx, and bicone Swarovski crystal beads. The ear hooks are sterling silver.

Jewelry making is a hobby I’ve enjoyed for years. When writing the scene in The King of Threadneedle Street where Andrew gives Alysia a rare lavender pearl jewelry set, I went wild with my imagination. I wish I could recreate the masterpiece I imagined for the story, but I hope you’ll enjoy this more practical version I made for the blog tour giveaway. Here’s where the inspiration came from:

Before Alysia dressed for dinner, Marsden delivered a small white case and left without a word. She unfolded the note to see Andrew’s capricious scrawl. He wrote, Please wear these for me tonight. She unwrapped the chocolate truffles and nibbled on one as she opened the lid of the box.She gasped — an elaborate jewelry set glowed in the lamplight.Breathtaking pearls, a smoky lavender color and set in designs she had never seen the like of. The necklace was not merely a strand, but an arrangement that resembled an elaborate tiara, or half of a snowflake. Woven into delicate patterns with graduated-sized pearls, it looked like some priceless artifact discovered in an ancient tomb.

Alysia dropped her dressing robe to hold the necklace against her collar. She fastened the clasp and tried on the matching earrings and bracelet. Exquisite. And that he had picked the color to complement her eyes? Romantic. She looked in the mirror to see the luster of the pearls reflecting the lavender facets of her eyes, making them paradoxically smoky and bright. He would like that, she thought.

She put away the red taffeta dress laid out on her bed and dug in the back of the wardrobe for the sheer lavender and silver gossamer gown with the dropped sleeves and low-cut back. She checked the ensemble in the mirror and beamed at her reflection; Andrew knew what he was doing.

To make it as convenient as possible for you, I’ve included more than 7 different ways to enter the giveaway, just click on the picture (above) or use the direct link here: http://www.rafflecopter.com/rafl/share-code/YmUwZDA3MDEzYmIxNWZmYWJiYWZlNzAwOGI1OWRjOjE=/

BOOK TOUR DETAILS HERE:

AND HERE:

Comments

  1. Nicole Laverdure says:

    It’s seems, there is a problem with both links! sorry!

      1. Sorry, Nicole – I think I fixed it now, the links work when I click on them. Once I get the blog tour details finalized, I’ll have more info for you. Thanks for your interest.
  2. Nicole Laverdure says:

    Hi Moriah, I loved your book so much that I gave it 7 stars!!!
    I love the beautiful jewelry you created! you are a very talented person! lots of success with your book!

  3. Vicki Lake says:

    I learned about your books from Nicole Laverdure, and have been starting to add them to my TBR list 🙂 This is such a gorgeous jewelry set you are giving away! Thanks for a great giveaway! 🙂

  4. Hi Moriah! I am hosting you on September 5, and I just noticed that your contest ends September 1. Should I leave it out of my post, or can you change the date?

    • Hi, Susana. Thanks for letting me know I have a glitch. Yes – please use the giveaway link; I’ve edited the end date to 9/29/13. Thanks so much for hosting me on your blog. Looking forward to it!

  5. Linda Thum says:

    Hi Moriah. I love your books & have been waiting anxiously for your latest release. Can’t wait to read it. Song for Sophia is one of my fav reads; you brought the brought the characters vividly to life for me. Loved the quirky, smart comments that were in a very elegant manner benefiting the era. I’m gushing!
    Loved the dogs too.

    • Hi, Linda. You made me reach for the box of tissues. Thank you so much for taking the time to write your very kind note. I write animals into all of my stories – there is more dog action in this one too. Mastiffs, this time. I hope you write me again. I would love to hear from you 🙂

  6. Howdy! I could have sworn I’ve visited this website
    before but after going through some of the posts I realized it’s new to me.
    Anyways, I’m definitely pleased I found it and I’ll be book-marking it and
    checking back often!

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  1. […] GIVEAWAY LINK (picture of Victorian-style jewelry set + entry info): […]

  2. […] Today’s post is part of a tour for Moriah Densley’s The King of Threadneedle Street. Moriah will be awarding a genuine Victorian-style pearl jewelry set inspired by the book, including necklace, bracelet, and earrings to a randomly drawn commenter during the tour, so follow the other tour stops and comment often to increase your chances of winning! Click here for Giveaway Instructions. […]

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