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Shoppers Buy Pearl Earrings, Amethyst Pendants for Christmas

Dec 30, 2011 9:43 AM   By Jeff Miller
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RAPAPORT... reported its top selling items for the Christmas season 2011 and also concluded that third-party sellers experienced record  growth. The number of sellers who exceeded $5,000 in sales during the Christmas season increased 44 percent year on year, according to the online retailer.  diamond studs

There were three jewelry items that Amazon listed as top sellers, including diamond stud earrings (0.10 total carat weight, J-K, I2-I3), in 10-karat white gold that were priced at $46.28 and marked down from a list price of $219.99. However, customer ratings on the earrings (pictured) were marginally negative.  The top comment warns shoppers not to make the purchase and added that CZs "shine more than two tiny diamonds."

A second top item at Amazon was a sterling silver amethyst butterfly pendant, which is currently unavailable and appeared to have sold for $22.95, marked down from $64. Comments from shoppers were mostly positive for the pendant; however, several readers noted that this item was much smaller than they had expected.

The third top-selling jewelry item at Amazon this Christmas was the white peacock and pink freshwater cultured pearl button three pair stud earrings set that was priced at $17.99 and marked down from $79.99. Customer reviews were mainly positive for the set with 15 of 24 rating it five of five stars.

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