(And if you want to share it) What's the story behind it?
ETA: Silver metals or goldy metals (or something else)?
An long gold necklace that used to be my mum's wrapped around my wrist (four times). It used to have all these little gold trinkets hanging from it, but she bought a new one when we went to Malaysia last summer and lucky ol' me got this.
A crystal bracelet, also from Malaysia, from a lovely jewelry shop were they make made-to-measure stuff. It's amazingly shiny.
A not-so-cheap 'jade' bracelet from a second-hand shop in Manchester.
A 'LiveWrong' bracelet originally bought by one of my best mates, who then gave it to me beacuse it was too big for her. It makes me laugh.
A gold necklace I've had since I was little. On one side's a hibiscus which (I think) is the national flower of Malaysia, and what I think may be a rose on the other.
Just my old starter studs (gold with orange stones) because they're comfortable.
I love silver/platinum/white gold (I hadn't worn gold for around five years before last summer), yet all the jewelry I've worn for the past few months is gold. I blame the guilt tripping of Indian relatives who thought I was somewhat abnormal.
Because stories and anecdotes are always interesting.