Georgian Shoe Buckles – GIVEAWAY!

As you know, we just released two styles of reproduction 18th century shoe buckles in the American Duchess Shop, so that means it’s time for a giveaway! again!

Here’s the prize:

Closely based on antique 18th century shoe buckles, the “Fleur” silver rhinestone buckles are the perfect accessory to keep the latchets on your 18th century shoes closed. Our “Fleur” buckles are delicate, feminine, and lightweight. Add that extra sparkle to your outfit and keep your shoes fastened in the most historically accurate and beautiful way.  Read more about the Fleur buckles here.

“Fleur” buckles come in pairs, and are available to buy here.

How to Enter the Drawing:

1. Blog about the buckles – go ahead and just copy and paste that paragraph above, and add in the photo, to your own blog.  Leave a link in the comments section of this post.  If you’ve already blogged about the new Georgian buckles, you can still enter the giveaway, just leave a link in the comments section. (anonymous comments, please leave your name and contact method).  Blogs include Blogger, Tumblr, WordPress, Livejournal, etc.

2. Tweet about thebuckles – on Twitter, just copy and paste this into your tweetbox:

New “Fleur” 18th century reproduction rhinestone shoe buckles, exclusively designed by American Duchess:

Be sure to leave a link to your tweet in the comments section of this post, so you are entered into the giveaway.

3. Facebook about the buckles – Post this link: on your Facebook page, and leave a comment on this post to enter the drawing. 

4. Share in any other way – share a link to using any other method, such as Digg, StumbleUpon, Google+, etc.  Leave a comment on this post, so you are entered in the drawing.

*If you do all of these things, you will be entered each time, just leave as many comments on this post as places you shared.

The winner will be selected by random number generator on December 9, and will be sent their buckles as soon as they arrive, in a couple weeks.

Thank you, Ladies and Laddies!  I appreciate all your participation and involvement in making this new style happen!


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