Jewelry Fair in Second Life

September 25, 2009 at 2:50 pm Leave a comment

Welcome to the Jewelry Fair!

We’re open from Friday September 18th to Sunday September 27th. Please TP in to the sim and visit me at ‘One Size Fits All’. To get to my shop, after you teleport turn and face North West and walk forward. The path of the maze (somewhat hiden for some reason) starts at the left corner of the store. The maze starts facing west. Walk a few steps (about 10 meters) and turn left. Mine is the third shop (location 9, 192, 128, if you are mapping it).

The fair is designed as a continuous hedge maze – there are no dead ends, and if you keep walking in one direction you’ll get through the whole thing.

Our chosen charity is Oxfam – you can read more about them at – and we’re giving you lots of opportunities to help out.

*over 130 Jeweler’s creations
*Dunk Tank – dunk a Jeweler (or a Linden!) for charity
*Kissing booth – kiss a Jeweler for charity
*one of a kind auctions – bid on original jewelry pieces never to be owned by anyone else on the grid
*jeweler resources area – how to make your own jewelry!
*demonstrations and classes on jewelry making by Calla Cela Friday September 24 at 1 pm, Pacific Time: Intro to Jewelry Making by Calla Cela 1pm – 2pm SLT.

Many of our vendors are selling special pieces which 50% of the money goes directly to charity.

See you at the fair!

Map to One Size Fits All

Map to One Size Fits All


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