Today’s post cheap pandora rings uk brings my next review from the Pandora Winter 2017 collection, with a closer look at a rather special bead – the Bright Ornament charm! This is Pandora’s limited edition offering for the holidays this year, replacing the traditional Black Friday exclusive bead. I did mean to get this review out over the Black Friday weekend, as I figured that many of you would be thinking about picking it up as part of your spends for the various promos and offers, but I simply ran out of time. It’s been a busy week with more to do at work and family things, and I’ve been here, there and everywhere! But, perhaps a lot of you have bought one and would like a little inspiration, or just to pat yourself on the back for picking out a beautiful charm. If so – please do read on! The charm looks like a pretty Christmas bauble, decked out in red enamel and clear CZs, with a silver bow to finish. The enamel has a really pretty, translucent quality – it’s a bright red, but the glossy finish gives it a more elegant quality. Pandora have released a lot of new jewellery for the Pandora Rose line this year, and so it’s not surprising to see a dedicated Pandora Rose promo to give them a bit of a push this season. From 12–15 October, spend $179 AUD / $219 NZD on the Pandora Rose collection specifically and receive a free Pandora Rose heart clasp bracelet, valued at $119 AUD. (I realise that it is no longer the 12th in Australia/New Zealand, and I do apologise for that. I am a big fan of the Pandora Rose collection – I wrote a review of the jewellery a couple of years ago, after having worn it in for a year or so, and was impressed by its longevity. It’s now around three-and-a-half years after I bought my first Pandora Rose pieces, and I’m no less impressed with how my jewellery has lasted. Thankfully, I’m not tempted by either of these – I absolutely adore the Rose line, but I’ve almost finished my second Pandora Rose bracelet design and I don’t want to start another just yet. If you’re thinking of starting out with the pandora rings sale uk line, however, it’s an absolutely brilliant opportunity and I’d highly recommend that you try it. Pandora Rose looks particularly great with soft pinks, white murano glass and, I think, yellow gold for a tri-tone look.
Collectors, myself included, have long complained thatpandora gold rings uk haven’t released any new spooky designs after retiring their original witch, pumpkin and ghost charms; well, they haven’t quite committed to designing some new Halloween charms proper, but it looks like US stores will be getting some Halloween versions of Pandora’s stock engravable charms. For me, this is certainly better than nothing, and some of the designs are quite cute – read on for a closer look at them! Today’s post brings one of my final Pandora AW17 previews, with a detailed look at the upcoming Pandora Winter 2017 jewellery! I already previewed the charms and bracelets, but this post covers earrings, rings, necklaces and the like. We have detailed stock images and pricing, plus a few live shots at the Winter collection overall to round off with. The key motifs for Pandora’s Winter 2017 jewellery are elegance, stars and heart of winter, and the sets mainly revolve around those themes. There are some great pieces coming out – they may be similar in style or design to those from previous years, but the execution on many of them is really very lovely. On the other hand, the Celebration Stars are more obviously starry, but with a more cute and less classic design. It comes on a 70cm chain, although it can be worn at different lengths, and is priced at $90 USD / $100 CAD. To start off with, we have a selection of campaign images. Key-and-lock motifs have been popular for Pandora before, and they form a key (pun unintended! ) theme of the new Valentine’s collection. My favourite of these is the new heart-key pendant, which is plain silver with a little gold accent, although I wish the bail was thicker. There’s also a matching ring and set of earrings. Note the new bracelet with the heart lock fastening, and no clip stations! The spacer clips with the pink hearts are silicone lined. Next, we move to a slightly darker colour scheme and some enamelwork charms in pink and red. The pave bead with the raised hearts reminds me of the old school lunarscape charm, in a funny way. The heart-tree motif is a lovely design, if derivative of previous ones, particularly as a necklace. The charm version would have benefited from being styled as a traditional pendant, I think, without the CZ at the top cheap pandora rings online
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