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Jewellery with names of children on it

(26 Posts)
hollyisalovelyname Tue 09-Jul-13 20:00:42

I want to get my dsis a 40th birthday present and was hoping to get her a necklace or bracelet with her children's names on As part of the pressie.Any suggestions of shops/ websites i could check out please.

Not on the high street have loads of that sort of thing.

Etsy have some great things. I've bought a few from there.

PestoSwimissimos Tue 09-Jul-13 20:13:52

My friend produces beautiful jewellery

Suzi Q Jewellery

Theironfistofarkus Tue 09-Jul-13 20:14:19
fedupofnamechanging Tue 09-Jul-13 20:24:42

Try mynamenecklace - I bought a lovely one for my sis from there. The quality was lovely.

ellangirl Tue 09-Jul-13 21:11:04

Dinodaisy have some lovely things, and their customer service/communication is very good here

katiemorag2 Tue 09-Jul-13 21:22:25

and stokes make lovely handmade silver jewellery which can be personalised with names.

katiemorag2 Tue 09-Jul-13 21:23:09
katiemorag2 Tue 09-Jul-13 21:23:52

sorry, that should be Stella and stokes

needasilverlining Tue 09-Jul-13 21:25:58

My DH got me this one last Christmas.

It's gorgeous, v subtle and I've had lots of compliments.

silverlining I've been eyeing up that one for ages! Don't think DH will think of it on his own though!

HackneyCabbage Tue 09-Jul-13 21:29:31

Tatty Devine? Bright coloured laser cut acrylic.

needasilverlining Tue 09-Jul-13 21:37:54

Send him the link? I have the initial and birthdate (month/year) of each child, I love it.

pudtat Tue 09-Jul-13 21:38:38

Seconding Chambers & Beau for quality and service. Lovely things... Sigh. (And 25% off with code Heatwave25 til 12th July).

ShoeWhore Tue 09-Jul-13 22:36:50

Scarlett Jewellery have some gorgeous stuff

Ohwooisme Tue 09-Jul-13 22:49:15

Third vote for chambers & beau - wearing two of their bracelets right now.

Nyancat Tue 09-Jul-13 22:57:01

Try coatts, DH got me a lovely necklace with Dd's name in morse code on it.

I'm quite particular when it comes to jewellery, but DP go me a string of freshwater pearls (deep blue ones but you could get white or pink etc) and there's an engraved clasp on it.

It's nice because I know it's there and can show people, but otherwise it's also a very beautiful/subtle piece of jewellery.

I love being a mum but don't need to label it all over myself.

Not sure if anyone else feels the same.

Love the Morse code idea nyancat! I also have a bracelet with DD's birthday in binary- but it's picked out in different shades of topaz stones (her birthstone). Bit geeky- but people would happily buy it not knowing what it was.

hollyisalovelyname Wed 10-Jul-13 00:26:58

Thank you all.

melodycool Wed 10-Jul-13 03:54:06

Merci maman are good

2blessed Wed 10-Jul-13 06:01:23

I've been thinking of getting one too, lovely suggestions on this thread.

needasilverlining Wed 10-Jul-13 09:20:12

My geek side adores the idea of something in binary! Any idea where it was made?

needasilverlining, a local jeweller did it for me (Glasgow). If you go to a proper silversmith I don't think it was a hugely hard thing to do (once they had learned to read binary!).

Mine, including the work, was about £160, it's quite a heavy cuff style bracelet in silver.

You could do it without stones and just have the binary dots embossed/inlaid and it would prob be a bit cheaper

cmt1375 Thu 11-Jul-13 12:12:40

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