Oct 16

Pandora jewellery is a sought-after gift item.  This high-quality line of jewellery is very popular, and some have taken advantage of its popularity by creating fakes. Fortunately, a discerning customer can follow a few easy steps to help ensure that the products they purchase are authentic.

Buy from Authorised Pandora Outlets
Pandora products are sold by many fine jewellers through the United Kingdom and around the world. Any stores that are authorised to sell products from Pandora are listed on the company’s website.  There are also several Pandora-branded stores, which are commonly found in the United States.  By choosing the stores listed on the website, you can make sure that you’re buying authentic products.  Avoid buying from online auction sellers, who often sell fake items.

How to Spot Possible Fakes
Purchasing jewellery or findings that are not authentic can be very frustrating.  Fortunately, a little bit of research can help a consumer learn whether a Pandora product is authentic.  For one thing, Pandora fakes are made from low-quality materials that would not be used for authentic products.  The name of the company also appears on the silver end caps, a feature noticeably absent from fakes.  You should also carefully check the dimensions of the jewellery, since this will usually differ from the real products.

If You’re Not Sure
If you are not satisfied with the authenticity of the products, avoid that particular seller.  Real Pandora products are always high-quality. Always check to see if a seller is an authorised dealer before purchasing.

3 Responses to “How to Avoid Pandora Fakes”

  1. Retired or Discontinued Pandora Beads & Charms | Part 1 Says:

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  2. Retired or Discontinued Pandora Beads & Charms | Part 2 Says:

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  3. Retired or Discontinued Pandora Beads and Charms | Part 1 | Silver Spacers Says:

    […] For some, the older Pandora beads have a charm that the newer ones don’t. For others they are collectable items, as their value could well increase, as they become more and more rare. However, it’s worth remembering that some online retailers are in fact selling re-makes of the old designs, and at high high prices. To make sure you’re buying authentic Pandora, its worth visiting our highly relevant and (we think!) helpful article: How To Avoid Pandora Fakes. […]

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