DEVON WOODHILL BABY I.D. BRACELET REVIEW
In my eyes, Devon Woodhill Baby I.D. bracelet is the perfect gift to consider for your best friend’s baby shower: such a gift is slightly unusual, yet so much more special, and will be cherished by both mother and her newborn baby girl alike for many years to come.Design Value for money Showstopper Durability Craftsmanship GEMOLOGUE SCORE
Devon Woodhill baby I.D. bracelet in rose gold set with sparkling diamonds is a token of luxury from a best friend, and will be the perfect elegant addition to the newborn’s quintessential layette.
This baby bracelet it is a little more novel than perhaps Tiffany’s signature silver spoon. Since it can be engraved with the newborn girl’s name, or perhaps with a wonderful wish or a blessing, it is a bespoke and sentimental gift.
It is also more meaningful and individual than yet another soft toy or a doll. It is something that the baby girl will keep for many years to come, and will hopefully be the first of many pieces in a young fashionista’s jewellery box.
To me, the Devon Woodhill Baby I.D. bracelet also has a somewhat antique feel, because of the slightly darkened rose gold. Like other Devon Woodhill pieces, the bracelet is very well crafted. All in all, this the perfect first jewel for a baby girl, a jewel that will be cherished because of its enduring taste and elegance.
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