One day a woman of average means waltzes by a jewellery shop window and spots a GBP20,000 diamond necklace. She can't get it out of her head. Eventually she gets the idea of sharing it with friends, persuading them to chip in a grand each to buy the necklace. This is the story of 13 ordinary women, and one extraordinary adventure. This is the amazing true story of thirteen women who don't want to give up on their dreams. They club together to buy a gorgeous necklace, each of them get it for four weeks at a time. They meet every month to find out what the necklace (now dubbed 'Jewelia') has been up to. The club has some rules: if someone goes to Paris, they get the necklace. At least once, everyone has to wear the necklace whilst making love. It's now two years later, and the necklace has been loaned out to nieces, grandmas, friends and granddaughters. It has been worn by brides and colleagues and sisters and friends. And when it's their turn for the necklace the women of Jewelia have worn it for both the daily routines and special events of their lives, to teach school, to work in the farmer's market, to go fishing and skydiving. It's raised money for charity.It's started something. The Travelling Necklace is the story of how an object of desire became a catalyst for connection, friendship and more. It's like Calendar Girls, only maybe a bit more glamorous, glitzy and sparkling. It's a book people are going to buy for their best friends and their mothers.
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Cheryl Jarvis is a freelance journalist and author whose more than 100 articles have appeared in national publications ranging from Cosmopolitan to The Wall Street Journal. She has spent time with all the women of Jewellia and captures their voices.
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Book Description HarperCollins Publishers Limited. PAPERBACK. Book Condition: New. 000727372X. Bookseller Inventory # Z000727372XZN
Book Description HarperCollins Publishers Limited 2008-01-01, 2008. Paperback. Book Condition: New. 000727372X. Bookseller Inventory # Z000727372XZN