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Silver stacking rings

(20 Posts)
sweetheart Thu 09-Nov-17 09:43:13

I'd like to get dd some sterling silver stacking rings for xmas. She's had fake / cheap ones that have lost the silver coating so thought I'd like to get her something a bit more of the genuine article.

I know the obvious port of call is Pandora but I was wondering if anyone knew of other places to look - are you paying for the name with Pandora?

DollyPartonsBeard Thu 09-Nov-17 09:55:44

Shop Dixi do a range of sterling stacking rings (also lots of lovely things that are bringing out my teenage inner goth!)

sweetheart Thu 09-Nov-17 11:02:06

Thanks - have you ordered from them before? Always a bit nervous shopping somewhere new online for returns etc.

HurtyTeeth Thu 09-Nov-17 11:05:49

John Greed's website sell stacking rings - more expensive brands like Pandora and the like, and also their own range of jewellery which is fairly Boho teen friendly.
Service good and also 0% finance if you want to spread the cost.

ItsAHardKn0ckLife1 Thu 09-Nov-17 11:07:12

Cute and quirky smile

SallyOMalley Thu 09-Nov-17 11:10:29

How about looking somewhere like Not on the High Street? I've used the website several times and have always been pleased with the service.

Badweekjustgotworse Thu 09-Nov-17 11:10:44

Have you looked on stay? Support an independent artist instead just of big brand names like pandora. You'll get something much more unique AND more reasonably priced. I meet a silversmith at a local market last year and she's since made me a few pieces for family members, they're totally bespoke and were far cheaper than high street, I was really shocked when she quoted me for the first piece and now she has my undying loyalty!!

Badweekjustgotworse Thu 09-Nov-17 11:11:15

ETSY, not stay, sorry, typing on the phone confused

sweetheart Thu 09-Nov-17 11:13:41

bad week - I love etsy - the trouble is dd can be fussy and if it's not quite right when it arrives I don't feel I can return things from there.

IdentityRequest1 Thu 09-Nov-17 11:15:53

Shop dixi, regal rose, empty casket. I've bought from all of these and all have been fine site-wise.

WanderingTrolley1 Thu 09-Nov-17 11:18:00


Ollivander84 Thu 09-Nov-17 13:42:45

I've had two lovely rings from here

EraArils Thu 09-Nov-17 14:04:06

Silver by mail have some interesting stacking sets.

Amber0685 Thu 09-Nov-17 16:41:54

Accessorise has some lovely ones.,acc_2.5/3942519151?skipRedirection=true&utm_medium=cpc&gclid=EAIaIQobChMI36LJ1vax1wIVYSrTCh1CjQZeEAQYASABEgKR1_D_BwE&gclsrc=aw.ds&dclid=CM7TuNz2sdcCFYOg7QodlEoBCw

HolgerDanske Thu 09-Nov-17 17:31:53

Monica Vinader. Lots of lovely things!

Aderyn17 Thu 09-Nov-17 17:34:28

Maybe try Pia. I love their stuff.

OpheIiaBaIIs Thu 09-Nov-17 18:12:57

How much are you looking to spend? have some lovely ones, and they have Welsh gold in them so they'd make a lovely heirloom sort of gift for DD. I have lots myself and they're beautiful, plus their returns and customer service is brilliant. They even guarantee the rings for two years.

OpheIiaBaIIs Thu 09-Nov-17 18:14:50

Here you go smile

CountFosco Thu 09-Nov-17 18:36:23

Alison Moore does gorgeous stacking rings. You can buy sets or put together your own, I have my DC's birthstones.

TrollTheRespawnJeremy Thu 09-Nov-17 20:54:39

You're paying for the name with pandora. Lots of independent jewellers do almost identical rings for £15-40

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