Sunday, 13 May 2012

Little Gems...

I received this gorgeous little parcel in the post recently from Wavy Handmade Jewellery. I was only expecting the Jewellery I'd ordered in some ordinary brown paper packaging, but I opened it and found this beautifully presented parcel. They obviously pay great detail to each and every order processed by recording the persons name and getting it printed. It made my purchase so personal. I love it. 

So after wanting everything from the site, I decided on this little gem.. for only £3.50!?

I fell in love with this handmade necklace the moment I set eyes on it! It's been in my 'cart' for a while until I finally decided to purchase! The necklace has a long silver chain that falls just past my bust, which I believe is the perfect length. There was also a shorter length chain available to choose from.

How beautiful is this!? The Pendent is a turquoise stone with dark blue veins running through, neatly wrapped and held with silver. I also ordered the 'Tibetan Silver Skull Bead Bracelet' after seeing it on my friend's blog 'A Subtle Difference'. However, the item was out of stock, but Kate kindly gave a hand written note within the parcel including a free shipping code for my next purchase.

This again gave that lovely personal touch. Kate has also offered to email me to let me know when the bracelet is in stock so I can re-order the item.

So when I seen this necklace, I also seen the versatility for swapping pendants! Above I have a Swarovski crystal cross that I bought in San Fransisco and a mother of pearl cross that I bought from a crystal stall in a market. Both these necklaces came with short silver chains, so it would be great to add to this new chain. Kate also sells a similar necklace called the 'Small Cross Necklace'.

The silver chain provided allows you to simply take off the pendent and use another, which I love!! Maybe it would be a great idea if they decided to sell the pendants individually with the option of adding a chain!! 

Have you ordered any items from Wavy Jewellery? What did you think?


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