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A guide to buying silver pendants

Adding a silver pendant to your outfit is a classic and sophisticated way to complete your look. It can brighten up your day wear, or can give a little sparkle with a sexy evening wear. There are endless styles to choose from, so this guide will tell you everything you need to know when shopping for the perfect silver pendant.

In store

Most High Street stores will have a selection of silver necklaces in their accessory departments, so try stores like Topshop, River Island and H and M for cheap jewellery and silver. Additionally, Monsoon Concession Accessories is regarded as one of the best high street accessory stores. They have lots of lovely silver pendants with different designs, which are all hallmarked which proves that they are made of genuine 925 silver. Costly jewelleries
Alternatively, if you are willing to spend a little more, try jewellers such as Earnest Young, H Samuel or independent shops for silver sterling necklaces and pendants. Independent stockists are more likely to have original pieces if you want something unique. High end designer jewellers such as Tiffany and Co, have gorgeous silver pendants which make wonderful gifts for special occasions with prices from £40 for basic pieces and more delicate pieces with precious stones costing more than £2000.

Online

Buying silver online is also really easy and may enable you to get cheap necklaces without compromising on the quality of your pieces. The Jewellery Shop (Thejewelleryshop.co.uk) has a lot of lovely silver necklaces and pendants by brands such as Pilgrim, as well as other jewellery for women. Men necklaces For mens necklaces, try ASOS, which stocks both reasonably priced and premium silver pendants, as well as other accessories such as bracelets, earrings and necklaces for men and women. Of course, Ebay and Amazon.com also sell silver necklaces and are particularly good if you are looking for vintage pieces. With silver pendants, the world really is your oyster. If you are looking for an investment piece, choose a classic design so that it works with your whole wardrobe and will last forever. However, if you are looking for something specific, try larger stockists with a wide range. If you have a particular outfit in mind, don't be afraid to experiment with colour, stones and sequins.

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