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James Avery Selling Tricentennial Charms, Because San Antonio Only Turns 300 Once

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JAMES AVERY ARTISAN JEWELRY
  • James Avery Artisan Jewelry
Cities only turn 300 once, so the San Antonio Tricentennial Commission is going all out in every way it can (except for the New Year's Eve concert lineup, but that's okay).

Texas-based jeweler James Avery just announced exclusive tricentennial items for San Antonians to add to their collection. While you might already have the Texas-shaped charm with the heart cut out in the middle, you now have the option for the same Texas-shaped charm with the "300" tricentennial logo on the front.
Tricentennial Commemorative Small Texas Charm, $60 - JAMES AVERY ARTISAN JEWELRY
  • James Avery Artisan Jewelry
  • Tricentennial Commemorative Small Texas Charm, $60
If you don't want to pay too much homage to Texas (gasp), a simpler oval charm with logo is also available.
Tricentennial Commemorative Oval Charm, $60 - JAMES AVERY ARTISAN JEWELRY
  • James Avery Artisan Jewelry
  • Tricentennial Commemorative Oval Charm, $60
James Avery is also selling an altered version of the San Antonio charm we announced a few months ago, which now has the tricentennial logo on the back.
Tricentennial Commemorative San Antonio Charm, $60 - JAMES AVERY ARTISAN JEWELRY
  • James Avery Artisan Jewelry
  • Tricentennial Commemorative San Antonio Charm, $60

If charms aren't your thing, you can opt for a sterling silver money clip with, of course, the tricentennial logo. And if you want to show your San Antonio/Texas pride without the logo, you have plenty of options.
Tricentennial Commemorative Money Clip, $125 - JAMES AVERY ARTISAN JEWELRY
  • James Avery Artisan Jewelry
  • Tricentennial Commemorative Money Clip, $125
Each of the charms cost $60 while the money clip will be sold for $125.

Multiple locations, jamesavery.com.

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