I remember watching Sex & The City back in the day and being obsessed with Carrie Bradshaw’s iconic name necklace.
It was kitschy and cute, yet still super-stylish, and I wore mine (and my oversized silk-flower corsage) with pride.
The television programme might be long gone, but my love of personalised necklaces has been firmly entrenched ever since. I guess there’s just something about pieces that are JUST for you, that you’re not going to see on every second person you pass that makes if feel more personal, more special.
oNecklace is an international jewellery manufacturer that started making nameplate necklaces back in 2012, and has since expanded to include a wide range of personalised jewellery, from the classic name necklaces that started it all (now in a huge selection of fonts, languages and styles), to initial earrings, to dainty monogrammed bracelets.
While the jewellery might be tastefully simple the production process is actually quite detailed. oNecklace uses top-of-the-line robotic equipment, overseen by their jewellery artisans, to carry out their intricate engraving and meticulously carve out the individual letters of any name you choose. The result is a beautiful, quality product created in your choice of pure sterling silver, gold or rose gold plated, or 24-karat gold.
Given the chance to try something from their classy range, I kept coming back to this Sideways Initial necklace. I loved the delicate chain, and how the off-kilter initial gave it a bit of a twist. It suited my simple jewellery tastes perfectly.
The oNecklace team have very generously offered to give one reader their very own lovely Sideways Initial personalised necklace, crafted in the initial of their choice. To enter the random draw, follow the Rafflecopter prompts, below. Good luck!
e: 23.59; UK only, 3/7/19
T&C’s: Prize is 1 x personalised Sideways Initial necklace, worth £31; prize will be fulfilled after completion of the prize promotion; winner will be selected and notified within one month of the end date; promoter’s and winner’s details available on request; your details will not be passed on or used for any other purpose than which is outlined; promoter shall not be held responsible for prizes getting lost or damaged in transit; winner will be selected at random via the Rafflecopter form.