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Pandora’s Gold Edition is here and here are the rings, bracelets and charms we’re buying

Everyone knows Pandora. They are, after all, one of the UK’s favorite jewelery retailers. But, while we typically cover limited-edition collections like the fan-favorite Marvel collab or annual Star Wars daytime homage, it’s easy to take the brand’s more classic styles for granted.

Don’t believe us when we say the brand is popular? Take a quick look at people’s wrists when you’re in a busy mall, bar or supermarket and you’re sure to see plenty of people donning some of Pandora’s best.

With thousands of products to choose from – from famous charms and bracelets to princess rings and pendants – it’s pretty obvious that so many people are turning to the brand for Mother’s Day gifts, birthday gifts and birthday gifts. birthday or even to treat yourself.

But, where Pandora once shone in silver jewelry, it’s now turning to gold with its latest edition of 14k gold-plated and solid gold jewelry, and we, along with the rest of the gold jewelry fans , we are rather delighted.

Keep reading below for our top Gold Edition picks from fan favorites to standout stars.

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Pandora Moments snake chain bracelet: £150, Pandora.net

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Of course, we had to start with the classic charm bracelet. It’s starting to get hard to find people who don’t already own a Pandora snake chain bracelet, but there are still some who haven’t taken the plunge yet. And whether you’re now tempted by the 14k gold-plated option, or fancy adding a gold one alongside the classic silver, it’s certainly a fine take on the classic design.

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Pandora Spiritual Dreamcatcher Charm: £60, Pandora.net

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Once you have the snake chain bracelet, it’s time to adorn it with the famous Pandora charms. Sure, you can mix and match the silver bracelet with gold charms, or vice versa – no one has time for outdated style rules anymore – but there’s also something quite stylish to keep the same metal.

Engraved with the words “follow your dreams”, this 14k gold-plated charm is a mini dreamcatcher replica with dangling feathers and a sweet flower heart.

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One of the simplest designs in the Pandora collection, this triangle ring is for lovers of minimalist jewelry. Finished in 14k gold, it’s perfect for wearing on its own or stacked with other jewelry in your collection. And with a wide range of sizes, it’s easy to find the right one without worrying about it slipping.

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For anyone with a penchant for charms but dislikes the weight around their wrist, Pandora necklaces are a great alternative to charm bracelets for displaying your favorite charms. Of course, this chain can also be worn on its own for a more subtle boho-chic vibe. And it’s adjustable to three different sizes for versatile wearing.

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Pandora padlock and key pendant charm: £70, Pandora.net

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One of the best charms to add to the necklace, if you want to jazz it up a bit, is this padlock and key option. Larger than traditional charms, this padlock works more like a pendant than a regular charm and could also serve as a nice birthday gift for anyone who gives the key to their heart to a loved one.

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Clear and Sparkling Pandora Earrings: £60, Pandora.net

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Stud earrings are an essential necessity for those just starting out their collections, and this crown detail option from Pandora could make the perfect gift for tweens and adults alike. With clear rose-cut cubic zirconia stones in the center held in a crown-designed prong setting, they’re simple enough for everyday wear while adding a touch of interest for special occasions too.

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Known as the Princess Ring in the silver colourway (£60, Pandora.net), it’s yet another of the brand’s fan-favorite pieces. New in the gold colourway, we’re sure it’ll be just as popular as its sibling tones.

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