It’s the most wonderful time of the year! It may be freezing but we’re all getting in the Christmas spirit – I’m a Celebrity Get Me Out of Here! is on television, the Christmas ads are in full swing and its almost time to start your advent calendars! Christmas is a time for being with loved ones and making memories and what better way to show those around you that you love them, than with jewellery?
This guide is all about introduction jewellery – let us explain. Your daughter, son, or significant other has just started to become interested in jewellery and wants to start collecting pieces for themselves. This Christmas, give them a gift that is meaningful and thoughtful – it’s not only a brilliant way to get them into wearing jewellery but will be something that they hold onto and cherish for the rest of their lives.
Here is our Introduction to Jewellery Guide to give you some inspiration this Christmas.
We all love personalised pieces, whether its jewellery or bags, books or mugs, pens or tea towels! There’s loads of jewellery to choose from to have personalised. A simple bracelet with their initials hanging off or a necklace with a secret message inside adds that extra meaning – the receiver will know that you put a lot of time and love into this gift. Hilary&June have a great collection of necklaces, like the Sterling Silver Personalised Triple Circle of Love Necklace. If you’re giving it to your daughter, it’s a lovely way to include all the family with their names on each circle, so she’ll always have you with her. Signet rings are also a great way to personalise and Black Rock Jewel have incredible designs that are minimalist and modern.
Purchasing a piece of jewellery featuring an animal is a lovely gesture towards someone’s pet or hobbies. The receiver can have this animal with them always and it can be in honour of an animal close to them or as a token towards their achievements, for example if the person is a passionate horse rider, a horse necklace or bracelet would be a nice nod to that. Origami Jewellery have a lovely range of origami animals in silver and gold and for more colour, Saba Jewellery use bright blues and oranges to capture the realism of their animals.
Origami Jewellery | Sterling Silver & Gold Elephant Circle Origami Necklace | £126.00
Rose gold has become a big trend in recent years, especially with young women. It is a classier version of pink and is a great way to introduce gold to someone’s jewellery collection. Incorporating rose gold with a symbol of a heart like the Rose Gold Heart Studs from Argenton Design adds that extra bit of glam and romance.
Charm bracelets are another great personal way to show someone how much they mean to you. Charm bracelets can be added to for years to come, so these are definitely a piece that will exceed the length of time. Its also a great purchase if you ever run out of any ideas of what to get someone – get them another charm for their bracelet! Katie Mullally has an incredible range of charms to choose from and the Wishbone Charm is simple and sophisticated.
Gemstones are a beautiful way to add colour to any look and is personal to the wearer. Each month of the year has a gemstone connected to it and giving a birthstone charm, necklace or ring is a thoughtful gift. VOA Fine Jewellery have gorgeous birthstone chokers for the months of the year, are delicately made and a timeless classic.
Their First Diamond
This may be a bit extravagant but diamonds really are a girl's (and guy's) best friend. If you’re looking to propose this Christmas, see our range of diamond Engagement Rings and check out our Wedding Guide! Diamonds aren’t just for engagement rings but are a classy addition to any outfit.