Pendique necklace review

The other week I was contacted by Nicola of Pendique to ask if I would review one of their locket necklaces. I love jewellery and already own a few locket necklaces with photos of the boys and locks of hair in them. So I took a look at the website and loved the range of unique ways you could customise them.

I am so pleased with my necklace. I picked the locket with a matching silver snake chain. The tricky part was choosing which charms to add. There is something for everyone and every occasion. They would make end of year teacher gifts for example. In the end I went for the birth stones for myself, hubby and the boys. I love it.

When it arrived it was beautifully packaged. The locket has a great weight to it and it is a quality product. 

Here is what they say about the lockets
‘Tell your story with a meaningful, customisable floating locket made from premium quality 316L stainless steel.   Personalise your locket with our range of floating charms that best represent the things you love, your passions, memories and dreams and capture them inside your floating lockets. Our personalised collection offers a choice of expertly crafted photo and engraved backplates and floating charms.  Create jewellery including necklaces, bracelets and keyring gifts for memorable milestones and celebrations, to reflect your journey in life.  Special Jewellery for every occasion.’

It was so easy to do the website was simply laid out and took me through each step to make my own bespoke locket.

1. Select a Floating Locket
2. Choose a Chain
3. Add a Backplate
4. Add Floating Charms

You even had the option of personalising your locket even further with a custom range of Personalised Photo and Engraved Backplates and Charms found which could be found in the Personalised Collection.

My husband was so impressed by mine, he has looked to get his mum one for her birthday as she is always so difficult to buy for.
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