If this is my favourite necklace, what else would I like?

(30 Posts)
MabelBee Mon 22-Aug-16 16:50:04

www.tattydevine.com/swallow-necklace

I absolutely love this necklace and have worn it to death. I have a birthday coming up so wanted to find some suggestions for presents for me (yay!). I do love Tatty Devine but the rest of the current collection is a bit "statement" for me right now. I like this one because it is smaller and a bit understated.

Does anyone have suggestions of who else I might like to look at? It's not a special birthday so probably round 50 to 100 quid. Or less. Not particularly looking for anything expensive. Just something to wear out.

LazyDoll Mon 22-Aug-16 21:23:27

Hi,
I love that necklace (I've just bought it for me BF after seeing it on here just now!)
I'm not sure if it's 'going out' enough for you but I love
www.helenbutlerdesigns.co.uk/
Have a look at her pieces...they're lovely.

ThatsMyStapler Mon 22-Aug-16 21:31:31

have a look here, this guys work is amazing

Hairy Growler - shame about the name

Imscarlet Mon 22-Aug-16 21:39:50

I never knew I needed a swallow necklace but now I know I do! They are my favourite bird!

BinRaidingRaccoon Mon 22-Aug-16 21:48:01

You might like some of the smaller pieces from Sstutter and especially Little Moose.

TrollTheRespawnJeremy Mon 22-Aug-16 21:52:00

Punkypins do a lot of interesting designs in a similar vein to tattydevine.

Laska5772 Mon 22-Aug-16 21:52:35

This is mine! I have worn it nearly every day since I was given it .. They have some fab other stuff

sarahja99 Mon 22-Aug-16 21:56:02

Have a look at Kate Hamilton Hunter www.katehhstudio.co.uk

lazydoll you shouldn't have linked to that website, I love everything on it! I've just sent links to about 12 things to DP ready for birthday and Christmas ideas.

evelynj Mon 22-Aug-16 22:02:44

Try Alan Ardcliff. Amazing quirky necklaces with moving parts! I love it but prefer gold to silver but may go have a look now.

macnab Mon 22-Aug-16 22:02:52

I wonder if you'd like any Alan Ardiff pieces, I think they're beautiful

www.alanardiff.com/shop/

pollyblack Mon 22-Aug-16 22:03:38

https://hannahzakari.co.uk/

And

https://fawnandrose.com/

macnab Mon 22-Aug-16 22:04:01

Snap evelynj grin

evelynj Mon 22-Aug-16 22:06:21

Sorry, got his name wrong. Here he is-bit more expensive but a few bits in budget

http://www.alanardiff.com/shop/

evelynj Mon 22-Aug-16 22:07:33

Haha-this is pushing me to buy something as I smile when I think of them!

BinRaidingRaccoon Mon 22-Aug-16 22:11:40

I am Acrylic is nice too

MabelBee Mon 22-Aug-16 22:30:23

Oh yes, some great suggestions there thanks. I have literally found something I like off every post! My short list is now a long list...

iwantavuvezela Mon 22-Aug-16 22:32:01

Have a look at And Mary (AndMary.com), same type of designs and price. They arrive beautifully packaged as well.

MabelBee Mon 22-Aug-16 22:45:48

And Mary is gorgeous!

LazyDoll Mon 22-Aug-16 23:11:26

Lol English I've got the double star necklace which can be worn long or short and the cowrie bracelet but have been eying up the feather necklaces...although I now have 5 Tatty Devine necklaces in my basket for comparison purposes only ahem!!

MabelBee Tue 23-Aug-16 06:44:33

I quite like the starfish on oxidised circle chain. Also double star. And the cowrie shells are so pretty!

ihatethecold Tue 23-Aug-16 07:05:49

Following so I can check the links properly on my laptop later.
I lost my necklace from my children last month on holiday so I really want to find a replacement.

Whenwillwe3meetagain Tue 23-Aug-16 10:21:29

Anna Lou may be right up your street?

Blueisthemagicnumber Tue 23-Aug-16 12:02:10

I have got a necklace with a miniature Alice in Wonderland book from the Natural History Museum website shop. I have also bought necklaces from the V&A museum shop website and National Portrait Gallery website shop.

puglife15 Wed 24-Aug-16 04:23:29

These are apparently for kids but some of the designs are really sweet - and very cheap

www.shopmerimeri.co.uk/jewellery.aspx

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