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ChrisChambersNeverMisses Fri 13-Nov-20 17:19:22

Can anyone help? It's my birthday coming up, and it's a big one sad Money is tight all round, but I've been asked for suggestions. I like really small cute jewellery, a bit like Estella Bartlett used to do (robot necklaces etc) and I like a little sparkle, but looking for something say £45 ish. Can anyone suggest any brands that might fit the brief? Necklaces, rings etc. Thanks!

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FujiSakura Fri 13-Nov-20 17:49:44

Ooh I have a few recommendations... Little Moose, Studio Chesca and Jazzy Menagerie spring to mind. I have bought pieces from all three and can highly recommend.

NeverTwerkNaked Fri 13-Nov-20 22:12:33

Rock Cakes on Etsy does some lovely stuff

www.etsy.com/uk/shop/RockCakes

waltzingparrot Fri 13-Nov-20 22:25:57

www.silver.uk.com/silver-necklaces/list.htm

CharitySchmarity Mon 16-Nov-20 15:33:27

If I had £45 to spend I think I'd have a look at EllyMental:

www.ellymental.co.uk/

I have one very cool brooch from there, but would collect a lot more if I could.

Pythone Mon 16-Nov-20 15:44:26

The V and A gift shop is a good source for quirky jewellery!

www.vam.ac.uk/shop/jewellery.html?p=1

VinylDetective Mon 16-Nov-20 16:51:08

CharitySchmarity

If I had £45 to spend I think I'd have a look at EllyMental:

www.ellymental.co.uk/

I have one very cool brooch from there, but would collect a lot more if I could.

I absolutely love EllyMental. I have a swallow necklace and a flamingo brooch of hers. I really fancy a pair of swallow earrings now.

Audreyseyebrows Mon 16-Nov-20 16:53:53

Coming to say Victoria and Albert but beaten to it by @Pythone (good choice!)

tofuschnitzel Mon 16-Nov-20 16:55:14

Etsy is great for things like this!

ChrisChambersNeverMisses Tue 17-Nov-20 09:52:53

Hi, thanks all for the fantastic suggestions, I've fallen down the quirky jewellery rabbit hole and want everything grin

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Iseeyoulookingatme Thu 19-Nov-20 21:43:24

I love wolf and moon. They have some lovely unique pieces.

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