How to Get Someone the Perfect Jewellery

Posted by on March 1, 2019 in News Flash with 0 Comments

Giving someone a piece of jewellery is already special in itself, but a personalised gift is much more special and meaningful. Personalised jewellery is all the rage these days. You can have babies’ foot and handprints printed on necklaces. If you are eyeing a piece of personalised jewellery to give as a gift, consider these things to help you land the perfect gift.

Choose the best design

 A baby footprint necklace is a great gift idea for someone who has just given birth. You can have the baby footprint printed on a pendant. This piece of personalised jewellery will provoke happy memories, and the person can wear it all the time, reminding them of the time that she gave birth to the baby. Besides personalised jewellery, there are many more varied designs you can choose from that will complement the personality of the person.

Pick the right size

 A ring, a necklace or a bracelet has to be the right size; not too small and not too big. If it’s not a surprise, you can ask for their size so that you can give them the right one; otherwise, you may have to guess and ask for the jeweller’s help in determining the size of the jewellery.

Ask about allergies

 Some people are allergic to jewellery materials like silver. It is better to ask if they have jewellery allergies so you can be sure that they will wear your gift and not chuck it in the back of their jewellery box because they can’t wear it. Materials used for jewellery may contain allergens that can become a nuisance to the wearer, such as itching and irritation.

Consider your budget

 Don’t go broke trying to impress someone with a personalised gift. Essentially, personalised jewellery is more expensive than the conventional options because the jeweller has to make it from scratch, according to your design and size specifications. If you cannot afford your target item, maybe go for a cheaper alternative but one which will still convey your thoughtfulness for the person. They will appreciate the thought and the effort, not the price.

Return and exchange policy

Your item should be exchangeable or returnable, should you pick the wrong size or if there are flaws in the jewellery. Talk to the jeweller about this aspect to make sure that your gift will be the perfect one. If you are sure of the size and other specifications, you can even specify to the jeweller to ship it to the receiver, especially if you are not in the same area.

The perfect gift for a special someone takes a lot of planning, thought and effort. It can be inexpensive, but the value is way more than an expensive gift item. A lot of people nowadays find joy in receiving gifts that have personal meaning to them and their givers. You can take a special occasion as an opportunity to show the person that you think and care for them, hence the gift.


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