Using Pandora Jewellery Boxes For Storing and Organizing Your Necklaces and Bracelets Efficiently

If you own necklaces and bracelets, which you store in pandora jewellery boxes (no doubt with difficulty), you are probably wondering what in the world efficient is doing in the title of this article – and you would be right. But have you ever wondered why a jeweller’s necklaces and bracelets never get tangled in spite of the usually large quantity they carry? Why everything is always neatly organised and well presented?

Our study of 100 jewellers reveal a glaring fact missing from the way we, the pandora jewellery consumers store our pandora jewellery. Besides the obvious fact that a jeweller has far more space to display their pandora jewellery than the consumer, they use pandora jewellery organising products designed specifically to separate each pandora jewellery item from the next so tangling is prevented. Some of such items are those used for the display of earrings, necklaces, rings and bracelets.

We found that jewellers’ display products have 2 things in common;

1. They are designed specifically for storage of only one pandora jewellery type

2. They provide the structure to separate each pandora jewellery item from the other

It was therefore not difficult to conclude that the solution to efficient pandora jewellery organisation is to separate pandora jewellery types from one another and provide the structure to separate each pandora jewellery item from the next!

Looking at standard pandora jewellery boxes, we found none provided either of these benefits hence the reason your pandora jewellery end up tangled in your pandora jewellery box.

We also found a third problem – individuality which makes efficient pandora jewellery organising difficult. Everyone’s pandora jewellery collection is different: while some may have a preference for large chunky bangles, others prefer small discrete chains, some may have a thing for rings while others adore long, dangly earrings. All these define your unique pandora jewellery collection. The problem is that standard pandora jewellery boxes are designed for a specific pandora jewellery collection that ultimately match the collection of only a few people, so finding a pandora jewellery box that fits your own collection is near-impossible.

The trouble is, we all get too embroiled in what our pandora jewellery boxes look like than what it is supposed to do. Buying a pandora jewellery box purely on its look and price is a mistake and you may soon start to feel resentment towards it upon realisation that it is no more than just a box.

It is fairly easy to avoid this mistake if you make the function a firm determining factor when choosing your next pandora jewellery box. You will find available on the internet, innovative pandora jewellery boxes that provide you with the essential looks and function that your pandora jewellery deserve while providing you the opportunity to create a customised pandora jewellery box perfect for your own pandora jewellery. These clever pandora jewellery boxes even come in a variety of sizes and materials to suit your taste and budget.

Whether you choose large leather pandora jewellery boxes, small wooden pandora jewellery boxes, pandora jewellery armoires, pandora jewellery cabinets, the most important thing is to ensure your next pandora jewellery box serves their single purpose – organise your pandora jewellery efficiently!

Andrea Alli is the inventor of the Cleverest Jewel Box, the world’s first cutomisable pandora jewellery box for efficient storage and organisation of your pandora jewellery. Find more information about our patented pandora jewellery boxes at [].

Hot 2015: Nigel Simpson, Pandora Australia

It seems a lifetime ago that questions used to be raised about Pandora’s future, should the fashion for charm bracelets run out of steam.

Nobody believes Pandora is dependent on a particular jewellery fad today, and it is thanks to the efforts of executives like Nigel Simpson that Pandora UK has become a household name; as familiar for its contemporary retail destinations as it is for its bracelets and stack rings.

Pandora Asutralia As business development director, Nigel has overseen the development of Pandora’s retail network, which now boats over 130 concept stores across the UK.

Pandora’s primary passion is working with franchise partners up and down the country, whether they are opening concept stores, or operating shop-in-shops within independent jewellers.

But the company has opened its own flagship store this year, a project that was fronted by Nigel. “Opening a flagship Pandora concept store on Oxford Street, opposite Selfridges, has taken the brand to new levels.

The store has a total floor area of 220 square metres and the shop design contains our new Evolution unique store furniture elements and takes advantage of the stunning double height frontage and a prime location,” Nigel says with pride.

Much like Pandora’s president for Western Europe Peter Anderson, who continues to show his commitment to work with and support the company’s retail partners, Nigel sings from the same hymn sheet.

Cheap Pandora His greatest challenge and achievement of the past five years has been opening the aforementioned Pandora concept stores. “Working with circa 50 partners, and building relationships to participate in one of the most successful retail rollouts ever, has been a truly inspirational experience,” he asserts.

Life at home is just as inspirational thanks to the birth of a new baby this year. It may be a little tougher to unwind after a hard day conquering the British jewellery retail landscape, but Nigel would not want it any other way. “Rest and play no longer applies as my new baby daughter Molly Jean has opened my eyes to a new set of personal values,” he concludes.

Tamworth jewellers vows to find another hidden gem despite Pandora pulling the plug

“Just before Christmas they told us that it would be more lucrative for them to deal from within their own shops, saying it was their ‘company ethos’. It’s harsh and it boils down to greed if you ask me.

“We have not just jumped on the bandwagon, either. We’ve provided a service and supported Pandora ever since it was relatively small. Now it’s stratospheric.”

Christopher’s had planned to move to new, bigger premises as early as January 29 following the company’s steady growth. The business was just hours away from signing a contract to move into Shoe Zone on George Street.

“We’re a family business here and families come to us for a service,” added Christopher. “I had new shop designs and layouts for a new premises – Shoe Zone down the road. We were hours away from exchanging contracts and then I was hit with the Pandora bombshell.

“I even took staff on ahead of the move. I’m angry to tell you the truth.”

Despite the setback Christopher (50) says he will continue to strive to bring the best brands to Tamworth even if Pandora opens a shop in the town centre.

He said: “There have been 61 incidents around the country where Pandora have taken themselves away from independent jewellers. Locally there were shops in Burton, Sutton Coldfield and Nuneaton selling the charms. Now Pandora have opened shops in each of them.

“I can see a similar thing happening here despite Pandora reassuring me they will not open a shop.

“I can reassure customers that we’re here to stay and will continue to find the next up and coming brands like Thomas Sabo and Pandora to bring to Tamworth.

“When you get the right product the town is great for trade.

“We’re not in a rush. We will take stock and I will attend jewellery shows to spot new brands.”

Christopher’s said that it can take up to 12 months for a new item to be in the shop window. “It takes time building a relationship,” he said. “It’s a marriage in a way and I’m gutted to lose our partnership with Pandora.”