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 Jewelry.  It can be inexpensive yet still meaningful, or super expensive to last a lifetime.    We tried to highlight some of the most affordable options for fire families in this post.

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QALO Safety Ring

These rings are quality silicone rings that are safe, comfortable and best of all, affordable. They come in many different colors to choose from and they are a favorite among the Sisterhood and their firefighters too.  Here are just a few of the colors they offer, including the Thin Red Line.

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Miz Pah Necklace Star Of Life

A symbol of wholeness when together and incompleteness when apart, the Miz-Pah coin necklace is a special way to tell that certain someone you love them! “The Lord watch between me and thee while we are absent one from another” is inscribed on the back.

Price: $14.95

Price: $39.95


Fire Extinguisher Cufflinks

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Price $19.95


 

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QALO rings for Her

Like the men’s rings, these are high quality silicone but come in a thinner width.  A large selection of colors to choose from, including all of the thin line collections. Here are a few of their great colors!

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Price $13.99


 

Firefighter Heart Earrings

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Price $14.99


 

Firefighter Wife Handmade necklace

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Price $22.00


 

Bravelets 

So cool, great designs to choose from or you can design your own!  And they donate $10 of each purchase from this link to 24-7 COMMITMENT!

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Price $25.00-$42.00


 

 

Price: $3.75


 

Tie Tacks.

See one you like?  Just click the photo!
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Jessie -

A small town girl from Southwest Georgia who happens to value your marriage as much as she does her own. She is married to a firefighter who was a volunteer for several years, then transitioned into a career fireman the same month they married in 2008, and he is now a Captain at his full-time Department. They have two daughters, have been in the FFW family since 2012 and know marriage takes a lot of work, even when it's in the best seasons.