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gold bracelet anyone?

(9 Posts)
sweetheart Thu 01-Nov-12 15:26:03

I would really like a fine real gold bracelet a bit like this Has anyone seen any?

Pinot Thu 01-Nov-12 16:18:48

ooh that's nice

sweetheart Thu 01-Nov-12 16:53:14

lol, thanks. You haven't happened to see a real gold one have you? wink

Pinot Thu 01-Nov-12 17:08:51

No sorry! Though that seller does a gold plated version - maybe message her and see of she could do a solid one?

3mily Thu 01-Nov-12 17:28:10

I haven't had time to look through but there are some similar ones on Etsy that are gold plated, could be some that are real gold in there maybe?

mrspumpkinpatch Thu 01-Nov-12 17:59:43

You could get this made up in gold easily.

All you need is some fine gold bead chain. Any jeweller will know exactly what you're talking about and they can stamp/engrave your letter onto a disc for you. You could even change the shape of the 'disc' or the font if you please.

It would also be made to measure which means that you don't worry about having to add/take away links from the chain and you aren't buying any more than you need. (Which given the crazy high gold prices recently would be wise!)

Depending on the width of the 'beads' a 16-18 inch necklace in a solid 14k yellow gold bead chain would start at about £80. You need much less chain, only about 7 inches average for a bracelet. Plus your charm and the price for the work. I reckon you could get the whole thing done for under £150.

Paribus Thu 01-Nov-12 20:20:03


sweetheart Fri 02-Nov-12 09:19:23

Thanks for the recommendation Pumpkin. There is a tiffany one I like but it's about £300-£400 and I don't want to spend that much.

mrscumberbatch Fri 02-Nov-12 12:32:24

I wouldn't pay the money for the Tiffany one. You can get identical made up in a shop without the name tag at about half the price!

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