Best Jewelry Gifts for Graduates

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Graduation from school at any level is a feat that deserves special recognition. A gift of jewelry is a great choice to highlight the graduate’s achievements in a lasting and personal way. A specially selected item matched to the graduate’s personality and taste may be cherished and worn throughout a lifetime.

For men, watches with engraved messages are popular. Simple braided necklaces in silver, perfect for casual or dressy occasions, are a nice way to show how much you appreciate the graduate’s efforts throughout his academic career. Monogrammed money clips with the graduation date and name of the graduate is a nice remembrance of the special occasion. A silver or gold engraved valet key ring lets the graduate know just how special his accomplishment is with every turn of the key.

For the female graduate, a charm bracelet in silver or gold is a wonderful choice. Charm bracelets with charms chosen to highlight specific events during her years throughout her academic life let her revisit each moment with every jangle and are perfect conversational pieces. Initial pendant necklaces or adjustable wire bangles are also preferred gifts for recent graduates. Sharing a gift of gold or silver lets the graduate know how proud you are of her effort.

Personalizing the occasion through a jewelry selection tells graduates that the years of hard work studying, learning and meeting goals has paid off. With a jewelry gift paired to the graduate’s interests and style, your special graduate takes comfort knowing they have the support needed to succeed in their next life adventure.

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