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I have £100 to spend on a piece of jewellery, where to go?

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auntmargaret Wed 31-Jul-13 00:19:58

Tiangus Jackson. Lovely sterling silver statement pieces.

Doearwigsmakechutney Wed 31-Jul-13 00:03:10

Another vote for Alex Monroe - gorgeous smile

MadameDefarge Wed 31-Jul-13 00:01:07

Dinny Hall?

pinkbraces Tue 30-Jul-13 23:49:23

Ooooh thanks everyone, I will be spending lots of time tomorrow perusing the Internet - will let you know how i get on

SpiderCharlotte Tue 30-Jul-13 21:12:32

Alex Monroe. Love his stuff.

ChippyMinton Tue 30-Jul-13 21:09:37

Victoria & Albert Museum shop has a very well chosen selection of modern designers.

mrs2cats Tue 30-Jul-13 21:04:24

I've not bought from here yet but occasionally drool over the stuff. Just seems very different.

LegoRelatedInjury Tue 30-Jul-13 20:58:45

Laura Tabor. linky

Lovely collections.

thinkofthemoney Tue 30-Jul-13 20:52:29

Stella and dot?
I'm not sure how style and beauty ladies rate their stuff but my friend is a 'stylist' new generation middle class tupperware seller and always has lovely stuff.

larlemucker Tue 30-Jul-13 20:22:54

Butler and Wilson or Wave

InMyShreddies Tue 30-Jul-13 20:17:53

I love this bangle but also check out Monica Vinader. And if you're near London, Liberty's jewellery hall has loads of lovely fresh stuff.

Saurus72 Tue 30-Jul-13 19:29:56

Alex Monroe, without a doubt. If you can hang on for a few months, he usually has a sample sale in December in London with major bargains.

BreasticlesNTesticles Tue 30-Jul-13 19:27:07

Where are you? If the midlands then go up the jewellery quarter in Brum

ella0 Tue 30-Jul-13 19:25:19

Another vote for Alex Monroe.

SneezySnatcher Tue 30-Jul-13 19:21:59

I got money for my 30th last month and bought an Alex Monroe necklace - I love it!


foolssilver Tue 30-Jul-13 17:02:06

What about a department store like Selfridges or House of Fraser? They usually have quite big jewellery departments with lots of concessions.

buttercrumble Tue 30-Jul-13 17:00:20

Astley clarke some lovely bits on there.

KateyJop Tue 30-Jul-13 16:50:08

I'd go look at my fave handmade site who makes theeee most wonderful jewellery and she'll make all sorts of styles and make it how you want length clasp etc her cust service is outstanding. Quality stuff and some really pretty styles in there.... nothing like bespoke - beats all the mass produced rubbish.

pinkbraces Tue 30-Jul-13 11:47:53

just had a look at his jewellery - thanks

valiumredhead Tue 30-Jul-13 11:32:21

I'd buy something silver from Jeremy Herber.

pinkbraces Tue 30-Jul-13 11:31:10

Its fast approaching a big birthday and my lovely mum has said she is giving me money to buy myself a piece of costume jewellery. I would normally buy from Top Shop and the like.

I have just been browsing The Outnet and they had some lovely pieces in the sale smile. I think I would like either a bangle/cuff or a necklace.

Can any of you lovely stylish ladies point me in the right direction

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