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Uncommon James – Silver and Gold May Mystery Items Available Now

Uncommon James Mystery Box

Uncommon James, the jewelry brand founded by television personality Kristin Cavallari, is now offering two mystery boxes — one contains a gold item and one contains a silver item —for $25 each.

Made with delicate metals and gemstones, these pieces usually range from $29 to $74.

“Surprise yourself or someone else with one of our mystery items!” the brand writes. “Add this item to your cart and you’ll receive one piece of gold [or silver, depending on the box] Uncommon James jewelry for just $25. It could be any type of jewelry!”

While mystery items cannot be returned or replaced, customers seem to be loving their surprises.

“I live for the mystery items. They never disappoint. This time I got a beautiful necklace. Long, yet simple and I can wear it with a ton of things,” Courtney R. wrote in her review.

“Love something I never would have picked myself!” Ann wrote. “I loved the surprise choker. Never would have bought it for myself. But so cute and trendy.”

Cavallari launched the brand in 2017 to bring “timeless, effortless and refined jewelry to women on-the-go.”

Will you order the gold mystery item? Or the silver?

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Comments (9)

  1. Every item I have ever received has been AMAZING and a savings of at least $40-$50. I haven’t missed a mystery item yet, and never once was it a sale item, or an item that was ever on sale. If it’s been a lower cost item the mystery box was less. But they usually run $25 and I’ve had items come that are $65-$75. Never one time has anything been cheap or a sale item.
    I love UJ and have a cabinet of jewelry.

  2. That’s not true at all. It’s never already sale items, and it’s never “Crap” either. It’s their way of making it affordable for everyone! Also you fall in love with everything so you buy more. But most importantly I love spending $25 on a beautiful piece that never disappoints me, and last forever, vs spending it on crap jewelry from any store.

  3. Don’t do it, guys! I fell or their last mystery box sale. It was like February this year or so. I received this crappy little plain chain choker that legit did not fit around my neck. And it’s not like I’m some sort of wildebeest, I wear chokers from sub boxes, Pura Vida, etc. all the time.

    I emailed their customer service just to ask them to be more inclusive in the future and the response was basically like “thanks for the info..we will pass it on” which means they’ll completely ignore it.

    If anyone received an actual good item from one of these sales in the past, I’d love to hear about it.

    • Wildebeest – hahahahahahaha!

      Yeah, I love when a company has wrist-sized chokers and thumb-sized bracelets.

    • I love my chain choker but I have read comments on their website with other chokers that I have, saying they’re too small. I have never had a bad experience with anyone from uncommon James, or any of their products. But you are not alone with the chokers being too small.

  4. “Mystery boxes” are the sellers way of saying “this is the crap no one wants.”

    • That my interpretation 😆

  5. Or one could hunt through their sale stuff and grab something they like…I found a bracelet I thought was cool for $15.60, original price $52, for example. And shipping is free on jewelry-only orders.

    But for $25 where you might not get a higher ticket item, and could theoretically end up paying more than the current price if they send something on clearance, isn’t worth it. Plus I’d rather pick from item type (necklace, bracelet, earrings) as I don’t like many of their earrings and some earrings designs would be hard to regift.

  6. a minimum of $4 saving does not seem like very much of a win given you may not even like the one piece they send!

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