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A Walt Disney World vacation has something for every budget and every taste. Looking for something special for yourself or the Disney Diva in your life?

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Jewelry is abundant in The World of Mickey Mouse, with a range starting at about $ 4 on the low end for metal charms to thousands of dollars for gold jewelry with diamonds. The sterling silver necklaces in the photograph were found at Disney’s Coronado Springs Resort at their gift shop by the main hotel lobby. Coronado’s gift shop is above-average in terms of high-end jewelry selections compared to some of the other resort gift shops.

These three necklaces feature intricate craftsmanship, diamonds, and marcasite. Marcasite jewelry is made from pyrite, more commonly known as “fool’s gold,” and not actually from the mineral marcasite. Pyrite is very similar to marcasite but more durable long term. Marcasite jewelry has been produced for Divas as far back as the ancient Greeks and was particularly popular in the 18th century, the Victorian Era, and with Art Nouveau jewelry designers.

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When you’re finished with your jewelry shopping, take a stroll out to the lake. Disney’s Coronado Springs has one of the most beautiful lake-side views in all of the Walt Disney World property. Grab a cold drink and have a seat at one of the outdoor tables.

Just in case you don’t make it over to Coronado Springs Resort, Downtown Disney has a large selection of jewelry in “the jewelry room” at The World of Disney. Main Street, U.S.A in the Magic Kingdom has a large variety of silver and gold jewelry, plus Diva favorite Dooney & Bourke Disney handbags at Uptown Jewelers. Epcot also has a large selection of watches and silver jewelry at Mouse Gear near Innoventions.

So all you Disney Divas, we’ll see you at the jewelry counter!

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