How does one write an interesting about page?
If you visit Queenie’s Bazaar at Bridgnorth. I will happily talk for hours about vintage jewellery as well as dresses, milkshake and how Coco and Dior do the most funny things.
However sit me in front of a computer with a blank screen and I have no idea what to say.
I have re-wrote this page more times then I can remember yet the story remains the same. Queenie’s Bazaar is my little dream. A collection of beautiful vintage costume jewellery and nostalgic pretty things. All wrapped up in tissue paper in addition to satin bags with bows on top just for you.
Queenie’s Bazaar established in 2010, has been awarded the home of true vintage jewellery. We showcase a beautiful range of true vintage costume jewellery as well as modern pieces. That have all been selected from well known designers and vintage brands as well as book and film featured items.
I handpick luxury vintage jewellery for it’s charm and beauty for everyday wearing, vintage inspired weddings and the discerning collector.
Every piece of jewellery has a history or story to tell – which continues with you.
Sometimes I get creative by making vintage inspired jewellery using original patterns as well as repurposed findings, shiny new Swarovski crystals plus sterling silver.
Oh, I’m sorry. I forgot to introduce myself I’m Alexandra – ‘Queenie’. Thank you for taking the time to visit my online shop. Say hello at firstname.lastname@example.org
P.S: I have a thing for Sarah Coventry jewellery as well as epic customer service.
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To be recognised and win numerous industry awards for offering quality products as well as great customer service is something we are extremely proud of. We feel honoured to have won.
Awarded via Twitter, from the @AquaDesignGroup in Stockport. “The #Queenof and #Kingof awards were created by businessman Dylan Moore, CEO of the Aqua Design Group. They are awarded to people who manage inspirational and customer-focused small businesses in the UK.”
“When selecting the three winners, Jacqueline looks for businesses that are interesting. That have strong brand values and that she thinks have potential to grow and succeed in their industry. She looks for quality products as well as well designed websites and entrepreneurs who appear to have a good business sense and who have thought about what the consumer wants and how to deliver it.”
“Small Business Sunday. Shortened to the hashtag #SBS on Twitter, was created by Theo Paphitis in October 2010. Theo is best known for appearing on Dragons Den on BBC Two. He is Chairman of Ryman Stationery and Boux Avenue lingerie plus Robert Dyas, as well as joint owner of Red Letter Days.” Small Business owners are encouraged to tweet Theo each Sunday telling him all about their small business.
“Every Monday night at 8pm, Theo reviews and chooses his favourite lucky six who are then re-tweeted to over 500,000 followers, this provides a massive boost to the chosen lucky businesses.”