Fans of this brand have been clamoring with Pandora Beads for stoppers for quite some time
9 April, 2014 at 7:44 am in Business
I appreciate the design and detailing on both of these Pandora Beads, but overall the quality is not as good as the other brands mostly because the silver core is not made of one piece but instead are glued on either side. I’ve been told that Persona is continuing to try and improve their glasswork, so hopefully we can expect some Pandora CZ Beads from them in the future.
Overall, this is the best summer collection from Pandora mostly because I love the floral motifs used. Definitely a few gems that are worth highlighting but there are areas to improve upon as well. I’m looking forward to what this brand has to offer for the fall!
Introduced with the *redbalifrog* Birds of a Feather Collection last week, are two brand new stoppers designed by Pandora. These do not take after the avian theme heavily featured in that release but rather are fun and interesting shapes. In general, stoppers are used at the end of bracelet to prevent the beads from falling off the chain once the lock is removed. This is especially important for bracelets that don’t have threads on them, so that there is nothing to prevent the charms from scattering once the clasp is opened. The most well-known stoppers on the market are the Pandora Hearts & Love Charms ones, but they are much too simple being just plain silver overlaying the silicone.
Fans of this brand have been clamoring for stoppers for quite some time and it’s great to see Amanda obliged them. There are two designs included in the release, octagon and Pandora Beads. It’s polished to Pandora BirthStone Charms australia silver and is quite hefty compared to the Pandora Beads stoppers. The other one is my personal favorite, Pandora definitely lives up to its name, but it actually reminds me of pebbles or stepping stones in a garden. I love the more tactile design and eye-catching appearance of this stopper.