Wishgiving Men’s Jewelry #ProductReview

Wishgiving Men’s Jewelry - "Let's create beauty and blessings."

Does your man wear jewelry? From time to time, my husband likes to find unique pieces of jewelry to wear on a daily basis. Aside from his watch and wedding band, he currently doesn’t wear any other jewelry.

However, when I came across Wishgiving Men’s Jewelry I wanted to know his thoughts. Wishgiving jewelry offers a unique collection of handmade men’s jewelry that is both masculine and original. At first glance, my husband (who is not a bracelet wearer) was a little unsure about the designs. 

After taking a closer look at a couple of pieces, he seemed to open up to the idea of wearing a bracelet made out of natural materials that have more meaning than an everyday piece of jewelry.

Wishgiving is a handmade jewelry startup in Los Angeles that is changing the reason people wear jewelry. Wishgiving creates blessings for the wearer by:

  • Creating jewelry that is handmade in the Los Angeles
  • Using natural gemstones and recycled gold and silver
  • Sourcing materials from mines that do not exploit labor

One piece that caught my husband's eye was the Handcrafted Zen/Yoga Bracelet with Black Jade & Rosewood. This piece is made of rare jade stone and polished rosewood beads on a leather string with recycled silver clasp. It has a jagged yet refined style to it. Plus, Jade has been treasured by the Chinese for thousands of years as a gem that promotes longevity and divine love.

So, if you are in the market for a gift for the main man in your life, check out Wishgiving’s collection of men’s jewelry. The chance to wear something made with pure intentions and pure resources, is a blessing and the chance to give a gift that celebrates life in such a simple way is unique indeed.

Until Next Time,


This post is sponsored by Wishgiving. All opinions are 100% mine.


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