Personalised jewellery is lovely – it is special, it is intimate and unique. And, with the capability to personalise your favourite piece of jewellery by any pattern, motif, or message, you have the free creative freedom to do anything you want.
However, before you head out shopping for that unique item, there are some essential things that you need to know.
One of the first things to consider is how exactly the personalised jewellery will be used. If you are looking to give an expensive bracelet, necklace, or earrings as a gift to someone special, you might consider engraving the name of the recipient or perhaps a special symbol. Alternatively, if you are looking for something less expensive, you may feel a monogrammed piece.
The next thing to consider is whether or not the personalised jewellery needs to have its separate charms, or it should be contained within another type of ornament. Generally speaking, all jewellery should have at least one trinket.
Jewellery is generally considered to have one ‘type’ of charm, so it would be pointless to buy a piece that has two charms – unless, of course, one of them happens to be the final appearance of your jewellery. As with most things in life, however, there are exceptions.
For example, some forms of personalised jewellery, such as bracelets and bangles, which have a ‘finish’ such as a metallic sheen or a band, might have additional charms attached. Such finishes include ‘Rome finish,’ similar to the finish on wine bottles and the ‘plated finish’ on many watches.
Of course, the personalised jewellery will not be complete without a memory. This feature is perhaps the most significant part of all. The memory itself should have meaning and, as mentioned above, represent the vital memories of your life. This reason is essential if you create a keepsake for someone very close to you.
These jewellery pieces may be created from a specialised decorate, but the most essential is the memory it possesses. It is the most remarkable thing in the world.