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Can anyone suggest where to get a nice jewellery box for an 8 year old girl?

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twinky Sun 02-Oct-11 10:05:25

Because this is what she's set her heart on for Christmas. Any ideas? Help much appreciated.

ToothlesstheDragon Sun 02-Oct-11 10:42:22

does she want an adult style jewellery box, or typical little girl one complete with ballerina/music?

very girly but a little bit more sophisticated

quite sweet


does she like horses?

hope this helps a little smile good luck

lilolilmanchester Sun 02-Oct-11 10:42:28

Argos usually have a fair few. Any clues as to what sort of style?

curlycat Sun 02-Oct-11 18:22:16

i got my dd (10) a cram leather one in argos last year and she loves it. It looks like a basic box on the outside but when you opn it up there's loads of different compartments for all her jewlelry - she spends ages moving things from drawer to drawer. i also think it'll grow with her and not need replaced with a more grown up version once she's a bit oldersmile

celebmum Sun 02-Oct-11 18:59:52

Yep agree with curlycat, or one of those mirrored ones?

twinky Mon 03-Oct-11 10:03:52

Wow, so many replies. Thankyou so much everyone. I will have a look in the Argos catalogue as I think she's after an adult one really. She sounds like curlycats's daughter in that I think she wants to rearrange her hairbands in different drawers all the time grin. Thanks again.

startail Mon 03-Oct-11 10:09:50

Defiantly a nice adult one my DDs 10 while you might just have got away with cute at 8 you wouldn't now and nice boxes are expensive.

girlywhirly Mon 03-Oct-11 11:05:29

It's sometimes worth looking in a big M&S as they have jewel boxes.

noniks Mon 03-Oct-11 11:44:13

TK Maxx often have gorgeous beaded jewellery boxes - good price too!

PastGrace Mon 03-Oct-11 15:23:13

these are fab - you can pick the different drawers and then stack them all up, so you DD could not only move her hairbands around but move the layers around too! I got my friend one and she loves it.

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