Nov 14

Beads and charms that are labelled as ‘retired’ or ‘discontinued’ are no longer made by Pandora and therefore are in limited supply. For this reason they are often more expensive than you might expect – simply because when they’re gone they really are gone! For some, the older Pandora beads have a charm that the […]

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Oct 12

Since 1982, Pandora Jewellery has grown from a single jewellery shop in Copenhagen, Denmark, to a multi-national franchise loved and trusted by thousands of people.  Nearly 30 years has seen a lot of change in the company, but the purpose remains the same; creating beautifully designed jewellery to be enjoyed by women the world over. […]

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Oct 25

Yes, we have spotted all the Pandora Jewellery fake sites as well listed in Google. We have been inundated with requests for information regarding this issue. Obviously we can only suggest that you contact Pandora UK for the official line. Our advice is to only buy from a website that is listed as a certified […]

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Feb 02

Charm bracelets can be dated as far back as the Neolithic era.  Our ancient ancestors would pick up unusual stones or wood and carry it with them to ward off their enemies. However it wasn’t until thousands of years later in the time of the Egyptians with the emergence of elaborate jewellery that the first […]

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Oct 21

Pandora – In Greek Mythology Pandora was the first women, the giver of all, all endowed. Pandora

In 1982, P. Enevoldsen (a Goldsmith) set up a jewellery shop in Nørrebrogade in Copenhagen, Denmark with his wife. As part of this business they travelled to Thailand to source jewellery for import. They obviously had a keen eye for jewellery and as demand increased the company changed from being a direct retailer to focusing on searchinf for jewellery for importing, and as demand increased, the company focused on wholesaling rather than retailing. After five years of combined retail and importing they closed the retail business.

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