KJL jewelry is flea-market quality, and just as ugly IRL as it is in these pictures. And it’s all cheaply /poorly made, so @phendrick I would advise you to not give in to the serpent bracelet, either, it will fall apart (or break) if the finish doesn’t start flaking off, first. Do not buy these for anyone you do not hate (or do not want to hate you.) Worst “name-brand” jewelry on the market. Ick.
Irrelevant to this thread, but not worth a new post:
On May 23 I posted:
“phendrick clicked the meh button 844 times, 100 days in a row, with a longest streak of 100 days in a row”
Odds are I won’t make 200. I tend to forget whenever I rush to buy some deal.
Anyone want to take me up on that bet???
You shouldn’t sell these. They belong in a museum. Are there museums for inanimate objects that somehow caught AIDS and Ebola? Maybe museum isn’t the right word. What’s the word for smoldering pile of trash and broken dreams?
Actually, KJL was a really big deal in particular in the 1960’s. He was able to copy stuff well and make and re-make the same stuff over and over. I bet this is overstock or returns from his shopping channel days.