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A Jewel Made in Greece Offers Samoli Heart Pendant with Orders over €100

ATHENS – A Jewel Made in Greece is offering a charming heart pendant by Samoli for all orders over 100 euros to give as a gift and say, “I love you,” just in time for Valentine’s Day.

With 100 Greek designers and brands and more than 2,000 jewels to choose from, A Jewel Made in Greece has something to dazzle the one you love on Valentine’s Day and for all occasions. The unique collections of inspiring jewelry offer contemporary designs and ideas to suit any style.

Offer ends on Monday, February 15 at midnight Athens time and is valid only for orders over 100€ (excluding shipping costs).

Shop online: https://www.ajewelmadeingreece.gr/en.

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