“It’s the story of my life.”
That’s how our daughter Abby describes her Pandora bracelet. There’s a bead for confirmation, another for earning her black belt in Tae Kwon Do. An owl bead marks her high school graduation, while a purse symbolizes her first job. In between are favorite beads marking birthdays with color, holidays with inspiration, and her journeys in landmarks. This Christmas, her husband gave her a bead with two joined hearts symbolizing their November wedding. The bracelet truly tells her life story. But, just when you think you know your jewelry, it changes!
I promise, if you stop and look in our Pandora jewelry cases, you’ll be surprised at all you find. And, you’ll love it.
Pandora makes fabulous charm bracelets, but they also make so much more. The rings! I love to mix and match them, and stack them in unique ways. I adore my Essence necklace. It’s classic petite cable perfectly sets off one signature bead for me, but I have fun switching it up with different outfits or moods. Different from my daughter, my Pandora bracelets reflect my whims, more than the story of my life. I’ve purchased most of the beads myself! I love that one of our loyal customers would come select one bead with each of her monthly paychecks from the school. It was how she chose to honor her work, and the students with whom she worked. To each of us, Pandora represents something different, but it definitely represents the moments of our lives.
I love that Pandora jewelry is designed in Denmark; I admire its trend-setting look. I love that Pandora uses semi-precious stones and sterling silver, 14 kt gold, and now 18kt gold plating. Its timeless appeal, and the unique design of its jewelry, keep me coming back as a collector.
If your significant other needs a little more direction, leave one of Wild Goose’s Pandora pamphlets (with the jewelry you loved starred or circled!) on his pillow.
As a self proclaimed “retail nerd”, Sue has been in the retail business for over 20 years owning and managing specialty gift stores in west central Minnesota. She and her husband love to travel and explore unique destinations. While doing so, they also gather ideas to bring home. Sue and Doug have three grown children and live in Perham, Minnesota.