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    I would like to attach a signature charm to my custom pieces of jewellery and I wondered where anyone else who does this gets their charms from and roughly how much they cost?

    I found one company in the USA who does them, but I wondered if there was anywhere in the UK that someone could recommend?
    Alison
    A Little Bit Extra Jewellery &
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  • #2
    sorry i cant help with your question but i just had a look at your website and your stuff is absolutely gorgeous, what a fab idea
    emma

    blog http://enfysangel.blogspot.com/

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    • #3
      beautiful and unique jewellery just wanted to say that your pieces are absolutely gorgeous!
      I dont have any words of wisdom re your question though sorry!!
      www.safimelcardsandpendants.co.uk

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      • #4
        Once again, something different! It's amazing what people can do! Beautiful jewellery. Sorry I can't help, just wanted to say Hi.
        Facebook page, Cottage Charms & Cards: http://www.facebook.com/update_secur...20677888001883

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        • #5
          Interestingly, I've been planning the same thing. I'm doing a 2 day PMC class next week with a view to being able to make my own little charms with PMC. Don't know if it'll work or not, but it's worth a try.
          Elinor
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          • #6
            Have a look here http://www.perfect-presents.co.uk/shop/index.php the company was started by a fellow jeweller when she couldn't find any personalized tags in the uk.

            Melanie

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            • #7
              *faints...gets up again* OH MY GOD - your jewellery is so beautiful! I love your orchid necklaces.

              Just thinking your prices are a little on the low side? Has anyone commented on that before? I think you could probably put the prices up, considering that they are all unique each time you make one...that's just my opinion though.

              Apart from that, I'm no use on your actual question...sorry!

              Em
              www.silverflock.com - Handmade fine silver jewellery
              www.emmajacob.com - Illustration

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              • #8
                Wow!!! I love your jewellery. So beautiful!

                Sorry, can't help with your original question though.

                Claire
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                • #9
                  By the way, I just showed your jewellery to my mum, reaction:

                  "Buy me one of those now!" - one of the orchid pendants, so am doing that for her at the moment.
                  www.silverflock.com - Handmade fine silver jewellery
                  www.emmajacob.com - Illustration

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                  • #10
                    I agree that putting tags on your pieces would add value to them and that you probably should put your prices up as they're worth a lot more, being so unique. I think PMC tags would be nice as you could possibly make tiny flowers and put your initials on. People love flowers, as I'm sure you know!
                    Best wishes
                    Carole

                    www.caroleallenjewellery.co.uk

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                    • #11
                      Thanks for that silvermaid. We started doing our own jewellery tags as we couldn't get what we wanted outside the UK. One thing to consider between our tags and the ones you get abroad - we use 1 mm thick sterling silver whereas the ones abroad are only 0.5 mm thick. We also don't have a minimum order, so you can just order 1 tag to see if it is what you require.

                      Anything further, please don't hesitate to contact us.

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                      • #12
                        WOW! I went out to the hairdressers and come back to all these lovely replies and I've sold a piece of jewellery (it will be in the post soon Emma - thank you)!

                        Thanks for all the advice about the tags - I need to think about what to do next (and maybe rethink my prices!).
                        Last edited by The Flower Jewellery Shop; 08-05-2009, 01:22 PM.
                        Alison
                        A Little Bit Extra Jewellery &
                        MyHeartsMyFlowers -
                        On Etsy
                        On Misi
                        On Folksy

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                        • #13
                          Wow your jewellery is lovely!! I put tags on my jewellery, I use silver clay to make my own. I had a stamp made with my logo on and I bang out a load at a time. They are also really handy to have my hallmark stamp put on them as some of my bracelets don't have space to be hallmarked.

                          I'm hoping that one day people will see the tag and recognise it as my work lol!!! xx
                          Lucy

                          www.lucykempjewellery.co.uk
                          http://lucykempjewellery.blogspot.com

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                          • #14
                            amazing work and funnily enough I have had your site booked marked for a while , I love flowers in jewellery


                            I got my metal tags from America

                            There was a customs cost on delivery as it went above the allowed amount, luckily I bought when the £ versus the $ was at a very good rate so they still worked out as bargain..but do remember this is you do order from abroad.

                            pmc clay seems a very good idea and one I may try when I run out of tags

                            good luck and let us know how it goes
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                            • #15
                              Lovely work! Good luck with your search.
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