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Statement made jewellery reviewed
Gifted in exchange for a review

I am a jewellery fan and wearer and if you are too, I suggest you stick around because I have found a company that offers a large range of unique and personal jewellery. In both gold and silver finishes. The designs are so cute and original and can be personalised, some with engraving others with your birthstone.

The jewellery itself is deliciate, whether it be a necklace, earrings, bracelet or anklet. I have this cute giraffe* pendant with added birthstone charm. The necklace feels well made and the clasp sturdy and secure, the detail on the giraffes is exquisite, I have received compliments on it when I've worn it.

The jewellery comes in a lovely drawcord pouch, perfect for storing the jewellery in when not being worn or great for adding that special touch to a gift.

Talking of gifts they have a lovely range for mothers day, as well as gifts for bridesmaids, or of course your number one girl (yourself).

If you feel like treating yourself or someone else Statement made Jewellery offers a range of inexpensive but great quality pieces. I personally have my eye on the Zodiac and Constellation necklaces.

* The item was kindly gifted to me, but all opinions are genuine and my own
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