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Links of London Silver Cat Charm

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Brand: Links of London / Type: Charm

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      19.01.2010 18:29
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      Links of London get it right.

      My boyfriend very kindly purchased me one of every girls dream last year-the Links of London Sweetie bracelet. I obviously, was made up with it. He purchased me the Rhodium and gold one, and the only thing I was worried about was whether the charms would go with it as the charms seem more designed for the silver and gold bracelets. I soon found out though as he kindly bought me three charms for Christmas.

      One of the charms was this lovely cat charm, as I am a bit crazy about them as pets! It comes in a lovely Links of London gift box with black ribbon round it, as you would expect from a high class jewellers like Links.

      The charm is quite chunky, which makes you think it is good quality and worth some money. It is longer and thinner than some of the other charms, which made me concerned it would get in the way more when I had it on my bracelet, but it didnt.

      The cat is not in perfect detail, especially the face, but you can easily tell what it is meant to be, and noone looks that closely anyway. It certainly doesnt have as much detail as the cupcake charm I also got. The charm is all silver with no other colours.

      The charm attaches to the bracelet via a keyring style add on. I found it quite fiddly to open it up and get the charm on, and actually ruined my nails, but I later found out you could take it to the shop to add them on.

      All in all this is a good quality charm. I have been wearing it for a while now, and as is the nature of charms I have banged it against a few things but it hasnt scratched or damaged.

      Links charms are super value.

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