Wednesday, 24 October 2018

My experience visiting the Nomination Jewellery store


Nomination Jewellery have always been a brand I have loved since I got my first bracelet from my Grandma back in 2015. It has always had a sentimental place in my heart as there jewellery and charms tend to focus on precious moments with family, friends and loved ones.
The Nomination story begins in the 1980s in Florence, the centre of fashion and high-quality craftsmanship. It was founded by Paolo Gensini who grew up in a farming community and has strong ties to the land and its traditions. His extensive experience as a goldsmith and metalworker, together with a keen intuition, led him to an idea which would revolutionise his life, as well as the jewellery industry worldwide. Thanks to him the Composable bracelet was created, a bracelet you can personalise. Individual stainless steel links are attached together using an clever spring mechanism which you can personalise with letters, quotes or emblems to create a unique look. The Composable aspect represents the future, and triggers an innovation within the goldsmith industry.

I was lucky enough to visit a Nomination store in Scarborough last weekend to check out the range and make use of the October offer. Between the 13th and 28th October if you spend £35 on composable links you get the rest of the bracelet free. Not bad really is it!!
I was greeted by a lovely store assistant who gave me a run through of the range of metal charms I could pick from, silver, rose gold or gold. I am a silver girl so decided to go for all silver charms. I was instantly drawn to the little cubic zirconia and sterling silver encrusted pink hearts, if you know me I am the most girly person in the world so this was right up my street. I am such a family person, so hearts represent love and commitment, such an important message for me to wear on my wrists at all times. The simplicity of design on the Nomination bracelets have a very contemporary feeling and I love the use of stainless steel as tarnished silver can become quite annoying.
The concept is absolute genius when it comes to sizing. Generally speaking charm bracelets need to be sized up to allow for charms. This is always a nightmare for me because I have the smallest wrists! The Nomination mosaic style charms affix to existing links on the bracelet and don’t require additional width from the wrist. This ensures a snug fit at all times, regardless of the number of charms worn. They can also be resized allowing for smaller or bigger wrist sizes.
What do you think of the bracelet I picked, pretty right! I don’t think this will be coming off my wrist now, well maybe when I have a shower but you know what I mean!

I’d love to know if you have any Nomination jewellery pieces and the meaning behind your charms!

Love Ciandra x


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