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    Budget is around £150, looking at a ring or a bracelet. Was thinking about a charm bracelet but I haven't found any I like.

    What are the best places? I've looked at H Samuel etc but nothing really stood out.
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    If you want charm bracelets that are different from the norm, great quality, and affordable, try Ti Sento's Charming range. Bracelets themselves range from £40-70, and the charms start at £15 each, going up to £50. Definitely worth a look. Their main range does some lovely quality fashion jewellery too
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    (Original post by -honeybee-)
    Budget is around £150, looking at a ring or a bracelet. Was thinking about a charm bracelet but I haven't found any I like.

    What are the best places? I've looked at H Samuel etc but nothing really stood out.
    If you're talking about actual Sterling Silver jewellery, which I assume you given the budget, then you'd be far better off going into these places, or a local independent jewellers than ordering off the internet. Silver above a certain weight (so rings, but perhaps not bracelets) must be hallmarked by the assay office to prove they are what they are. I wouldn't trust a website.

    A friend of mine buys charms from jewellers and they cost her about £40 a charm. You'd definitely be able to get a ring for £150.
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    Ive ordered from www.hihosilver.co.uk before - they tend to have some pretty nice stuff
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    (Original post by rylit91)
    If you're talking about actual Sterling Silver jewellery, which I assume you given the budget, then you'd be far better off going into these places, or a local independent jewellers than ordering off the internet. Silver above a certain weight (so rings, but perhaps not bracelets) must be hallmarked by the assay office to prove they are what they are. I wouldn't trust a website.

    A friend of mine buys charms from jewellers and they cost her about £40 a charm. You'd definitely be able to get a ring for £150.
    Thanks for the info. I will probably end up at a shop but I want to get an idea of what I would like first (it's a present) as I've looked at a bit already and I haven't really found anything. Also a lot of jewellers I've been in have mainly (yellow) gold jewellery and it's really not my thing.

    Thank you to everyone else for your ideas!
 
 
 
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