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Christine Alexander Fine Jewellery

Regular price £330.00

Behold, the perfect gift – a 9ct White Gold babies hinged frosted bangle that arrives in a charming box, ready to make someone's day. This little stunner doesn't just stop at being a beautiful piece; it boasts a sparkly striped design that's sure to catch eyes. And when it comes to keeping precious things safe, there's a trusty safety catch for that added layer of security.

But wait, there's more! If you're not quite ready to make the full payment in one go, I've got your back with layaway payments. It's a simple deal – you can organize these payments on a weekly or monthly basis. Just drop me a line, and we'll get the ball rolling. Oh, and PayPal is the way to go for these transactions.

Now, when it comes to the little ones, there are a few things to keep in mind. Small children and babies should enjoy their jewellery for no more than 24 hours at a stretch, and it's best if they don't wear it overnight. We're talking about earrings, bracelets, pendants, necklaces – basically anything with small parts. Safety first, right?

And let's talk White Gold, shall we? It's a clever mix of Gold and another white metal (usually nickel, Silver, or Palladium). To give it that dazzling finish, it often gets a little Rhodium plating. Now, here's the deal with that plating – it's amazing, but it's not invincible. So, if you want to keep that gleam going strong, try not to let your jewellery go for a swim. Chlorine is the main culprit that can speed up the fading of that lovely Rhodium shine. And guess what? There's even a bit of chlorine in tap water, so it's best to keep your jewellery dry whenever possible. But don't worry, if you ever need a touch-up, getting your items re-plated is a breeze.

And speaking of bangles, these little beauties have quite the history. They're traditional bracelets that trace their roots back to the Indian subcontinent. Made from a variety of materials like metal, wood, glass, or plastic, they hold a special place in different cultures. For instance, in Hinduism, they're seen as symbols of auspiciousness and the sanctity of marriage. And you'll often spot a new bride bedecked in Gold bangles – it's a tradition that's all about embracing the significance of marriage. In Christianity, bangles are a go-to gift for someone being baptized. So, whether it's for tradition or style, bangles have a way of making a statement.

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