GIVEAWAY: Fortune and Frame Necklaces


Fortune & Frame is a New York City-base line of jewelry, frames and other things that hold fortunes. The pieces are light hearted, and come with an original fortune. I was thrilled when I was offered the opportunity to partner with Fortune & Frame to bring you a fabulous Mother’s Day giveaway.
So what can you win?
The perfect Mother - Daughter necklace combination

A petite brass fortune cookie necklace ($135 value)
A mini brass fortune cookie necklace ($85 value)


Fortune & Frame is a New York City-based line of jewelry, frames, and other things that hold fortunes.
Founded by designer Gretel Going, the original concept came about two years ago when she came across an insightful fortune, shoved it behind a refrigerator magnet, and forgot about it. When the fortune kept falling on the floor, an idea was born. The resulting line relies on jewelry and accessories to bridge the gap between the value people place on fortunes and the lack of dedicated places to keep them.
The 2014 launch collection, On the Mend, summons all things rustic, broken, and put back together again. Its heavy use of bandages, broken edges, and jagged and hammered textures is a nod to the torturous and solitary aspects of getting-better—a process with which fortunes have become synonymous.
All signature fortune-holding and fortune cookie pieces come with an original fortune. Written by Going, the fortunes shy away from the prophetic and arbitrarily optimistic, and instead focus on the intersection of hardship and light at the end of the tunnel.
Each piece in the Fortune & Frame line—from idea to sketch, wax to mold, casting, assembly, and finish—is handcrafted in Manhattan by a team of people who consistently give a damn.
- See more at: http://fortuneandframe.com/about/#sthash.r36ddVUK.dpuf
Fortune & Frame is a New York City-based line of jewelry, frames, and other things that hold fortunes.
Founded by designer Gretel Going, the original concept came about two years ago when she came across an insightful fortune, shoved it behind a refrigerator magnet, and forgot about it. When the fortune kept falling on the floor, an idea was born. The resulting line relies on jewelry and accessories to bridge the gap between the value people place on fortunes and the lack of dedicated places to keep them.
The 2014 launch collection, On the Mend, summons all things rustic, broken, and put back together again. Its heavy use of bandages, broken edges, and jagged and hammered textures is a nod to the torturous and solitary aspects of getting-better—a process with which fortunes have become synonymous.
All signature fortune-holding and fortune cookie pieces come with an original fortune. Written by Going, the fortunes shy away from the prophetic and arbitrarily optimistic, and instead focus on the intersection of hardship and light at the end of the tunnel.
Each piece in the Fortune & Frame line—from idea to sketch, wax to mold, casting, assembly, and finish—is handcrafted in Manhattan by a team of people who consistently give a damn.
- See more at: http://fortuneandframe.com/about/#sthash.r36ddVUK.dpuf
Fortune & Frame is a New York City-based line of jewelry, frames, and other things that hold fortunes.
Founded by designer Gretel Going, the original concept came about two years ago when she came across an insightful fortune, shoved it behind a refrigerator magnet, and forgot about it. When the fortune kept falling on the floor, an idea was born. The resulting line relies on jewelry and accessories to bridge the gap between the value people place on fortunes and the lack of dedicated places to keep them.
The 2014 launch collection, On the Mend, summons all things rustic, broken, and put back together again. Its heavy use of bandages, broken edges, and jagged and hammered textures is a nod to the torturous and solitary aspects of getting-better—a process with which fortunes have become synonymous.
All signature fortune-holding and fortune cookie pieces come with an original fortune. Written by Going, the fortunes shy away from the prophetic and arbitrarily optimistic, and instead focus on the intersection of hardship and light at the end of the tunnel.
Each piece in the Fortune & Frame line—from idea to sketch, wax to mold, casting, assembly, and finish—is handcrafted in Manhattan by a team of people who consistently give a damn.
- See more at: http://fortuneandframe.com/about/#sthash.r36ddVUK.dpuf
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