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where do you buy nice jewelry?

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LaCerbiatta · 22/02/2007 14:05

I'd like to buy a couple of necklaces to make my boring clothes more interesting. Biggish ones but not too long iyswim. I can't afford too expensive either. Thanks!

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MrsBadger · 22/02/2007 14:09

Accessorise, Claire's and M&S are all worth a look, ditto Primark. Dorothy Perkins have some nice bits too.

brimfull · 22/02/2007 14:12

m&s do nice stuff,as do top shop

JackieNo · 22/02/2007 14:13

Also sometimes Tesco. East for something a bit more pricey.

tokentotty · 22/02/2007 14:13

I think this site is fantastic. I've used it for myself as well as buying nice jewellery sets for presents. Have got lovely sets for less than £30 and a lot of it is really quite different. Will attempt first link....

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AngharadGoldenhand · 22/02/2007 14:16

You could try your local charity shops. Often have interesting stuff - real, albeit oldfashioned jewellery as well as costume stuff.

LaCerbiatta · 22/02/2007 15:13

Thanks girls. I'm not too keen on small sparkly beads and never find anything I like in accessorize or m&s. I really like the stuff in East and that's the sort I'm looking for but there's just nothing there at the mo that I like. Was looking for other places that sell similar things.

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JackieNo · 22/02/2007 15:30

This stuff is nice - but some of it is a bit expensive. Not all, though.

southeastastra · 22/02/2007 15:31

topshop

Pedant · 22/02/2007 15:32

jewellery

JackieNo · 22/02/2007 15:41

Maybe the op's American, Pedant.

FluffyMummy123 · 22/02/2007 15:41

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southeastastra · 22/02/2007 15:46

lovely!
also ebay is good for independent makers if you want something different

LaCerbiatta · 22/02/2007 15:47

not american, no, but foreigner! thanks for the correction!

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MamaG · 22/02/2007 15:49

I've just got this

Hespera · 22/02/2007 15:53

What about Plumo ?

pinkchampagne · 22/02/2007 15:57

Oasis often have nice jewellery bits.

MrsBadger · 22/02/2007 15:58

and if you have generous people wanting to buy you birthday presents etc, try Pia

Whoooosh · 22/02/2007 16:01

Jackieno-thanks for that link-have just ordered a couple of things....

LaCerbiatta · 22/02/2007 16:06

Both Pia and Plumo are great, thanks! There's a necklace I really like in Plumo and it's reduced! .... to £219

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funkimummy · 22/02/2007 16:15

FunkiJunk Jewellery Co (it's my site - if you're a mumsnetter you get 10% discount.) xx

funkimummy · 22/02/2007 16:21

The sterling silver isn't on there yet. But I have a massive stock. So if there's anything you have in mind...

danceswithnewboots · 22/02/2007 16:23

I can make you some, if you e-mail me at [email protected] I'll send you a link with some I've made before or you can show me things you like and I can try to make something similar - for a fraction of the price of course

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