I am looking at a site that sells jewelry, and the different styles are named and priced differently, and there are pictures. But the pictures are not explicitly tied to the names of the styles – they’re not captioned or numbered.
So I can see the item I’d like to order, but, in my ignorance of jewelry terminology, I can’t be sure which item to order to get what I see in the picture.
Here’s the site:
I want to order the style in the middle of the first two rows of photographs – where the bird has the wings folded over like a heart, not the ones where the bird is perched in a metal ring, or the ones with the wings held open. I’m pretty sure the item on the far right is the “open wing set,” but I can’t tell if the one I want (the middle picture in the top two rows) is the “pendant” set or the “charm-style” set.
Any theories? I’d like to order one of these for my sweetie, but I’d like to order the right one. The website has an e-mail address, but I don’t know how often it’s checked – another part of the site says custom orders are only taken in at the start of every month, so it might be a while before any direct query is answered, even assuming the person answering understands how I’ve phrased the question.