Ernest Jones has expanded its already extensive bead and charm range by adding a new collection of jewellery f r o m Pandora. Now offering a collection of rings, earrings and necklaces through Ernest Jones, Pandora is one of the world’s biggest bead and charm brands.
Designed to complement the Pandora bead and charm collections also available at Ernest Jones,Pandora jewellery designs are crafted with the same quirky sense of style as the rest of its products.
The Pandora rings consist of a mixture of organic shapes and designs with floral figures, buds and also simple, plain rings. Each piece is crafted in sterling silver and a selection of rings are set with either cultured freshwater pearls or amethyst, available in a selection of sizes including L, N and P.
The Pandora jewellery necklace collection takes the organic look a little further and includes floral pendants, cultured freshwater pearls and pink amethysts for a wide choice of styles and looks for consumers to choose f r o m.
Following on f r o m the rings and necklaces the Pandora earrings collection puts the finishing touch to the Pandora look with a selection of earrings reflecting the floral designs of the necklaces and rings and using cultured freshwater pearls and pink amethyst to perfectly complement the rest of the Pandora jewellery.
With such a wide range of Pandora jewellery to choose f r o m, consumers have the choice of either creating a complete Pandora look or mixing and matching earrings, rings and necklaces with Pandora beads and charms. Or consumers can pick individual products to wear as statement pieces alongside their own existing jewellery to create their own individual style.
In addition to these exclusive and exciting new products f r o m Pandora, Ernest Jones is now also offering a Chamilia Marie Curie bead, to raise money for the cancer care charity. For each purchase of the limited edition Marie Curie daffodil charm, £5 plus VAT will be donated to Marie Curie Cancer Care. Each £5 gives 15 minutes of Marie Curie Nursing care for a terminally ill cancer patient in their own home.