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Pretty necklace for a 9 year old?

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Looseleaf Wed 02-Dec-15 21:38:41

I'm stuck for ideas for DD and does anyone know anywhere that sells a pretty pendant necklace suitable for this age?

ImperialBlether Wed 02-Dec-15 21:39:40

How much do you want to spend?

missmargot Wed 02-Dec-15 21:42:15

What about a Tatty Devine name necklace?

Chapsie Wed 02-Dec-15 21:45:51

I just bought a gorgeous silver one with a little bird pendant from my local independent jewellery shop for my 9 year old. It was made by 'kit heath'

Looseleaf Wed 02-Dec-15 21:47:16

Thanks I will look!

i don't really have a budget but haven't got her s main present so happy to spend (a sensible amount!)

I just found this pendant too wondering if she'd like it or not as she likes the film Annie grin
www.ukchildrensjewellery.co.uk/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=14&products_id=161

Looseleaf Wed 02-Dec-15 21:51:06

Kit Heath have a website so seeing if I can find a photo of the bird one, it sounds lovely. And a name one is an idea too- relieved I finally have a present idea

ASmallHenInItsLateForties Wed 02-Dec-15 22:07:16

Pia have pretty necklaces. Also Silverbymail.

KatnissEverdene Sun 06-Dec-15 22:40:37

Bought a birthstone pendant with her name engraved on the disc, for my 9 year old, from here
www.hurleyburley.com

ThisIsWhyImBroke Sun 06-Dec-15 22:42:35

Have you looked on etsy?
www.etsy.com/shop/KitschBitchJewellery
They do quite a lot

southeastastra Sun 06-Dec-15 22:43:17

i just got this he does other animals, it's really sweet

southeastastra Sun 06-Dec-15 22:46:41

more animals

TheFairyCaravan Sun 06-Dec-15 22:49:33

DS2 bought me an Origami flamingo last year from John Greed. The chain snapped within a month, they replace and that one snapped last week. I didn't wear it that much either.

southeastastra Sun 06-Dec-15 22:51:48

oh, the pendants are nice though

TheFairyCaravan Sun 06-Dec-15 23:04:46

Yes, the pendants are lovely. I've got it on a different chain now.

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