A Necklace Dedicated To My Girl’s- Molly Brown London.

For ages now I have been hinting to Mr E that I would like a necklace with my girl’s names on it.  For my birthday just gone he didn’t take the hint and while he got me a very exciting and lovely gift- I still wanted a necklace!  Therefore when Molly Brown London got in contact with me to see if I would like to review one of their pieces, I jumped at the chance.

Molly Brown London are actually primarily a company that do beautiful jewellery for little girls.  Think adorable pieces for special occasions or just to say I love you, whether its for a christening, bridesmaid or birthday gift.  This summer I am planning to get my little ladies christened and for as long as I can remember I have wanted to get them both a charm bracelet that I can add to over the years as I had one growing up that I treasure now- Molly Brown have a gorgeous selection of bracelets that I am already eyeing up.

The collection has been described as ‘Tiffany for Girls’ by Vogue magazine which is pretty high praise indeed, and you can definitely tell the pieces are of a high quality.  They also do a beautiful range of women’s jewellery too.

The prices vary, ranging from very reasonable pieces to slightly more expensive ones depending on your budget.

Anyway, I decided that seeing most of our spare money goes on bits and pieces for our girls, for once I would get a treat for myself, so I chose the Alphabet Necklace with an ‘M’ and an ‘L’ charm.

When the parcel arrived, I was really impressed with the packaging.  A bright pink bag and a bright pink box that any little girl would be very excited to open.

And the contents inside were rather lovely indeed.  I love the chain, with it’s little charms dedicated to my babies.  I have already had lots of comments from friends who asked where I got it from.

It is simple, yet gorgeous, and I will treasure it forever.

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I was sent this Molly Brown Alphabet charm necklace worth £85 for this review but all thoughts and opinions are entirely my own.

 

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