I had a question from a reader the other day about good jewellery stands to house her burgeoning gold necklace collection – possibly all my fault. Anyway it was a jolly good question and so here are a few to inspire you, if you need one as well.
This from Etsy:
This one looks nice and sturdy:
Slightly more minimalist from JLP with excellent reviews:
I like this as it has multiple access points:
If I could be arsed I’d go for something like this to nail to the wall – but not sure my clattery necklaces are that worth being quite so on display; your stuff might be different.
Rachel Williams says
Due to my attitude towards housework (only to be done in the hours, or preferably minutes before guests arrive) I have had to concede that these are not for me because they become dust traps. Shame. I’m sure they’d look quite nice if you’re the sort to keep them clean and tidy.
I got a couple of JLP holders (like the one above) as a gift for Christmas. I pulled a little face inside but now I’ve bothered to untangle everything and displayed all my goods and chattels it’s actually quite pleasing and acts as a fabulous reminder for everything that you’ve got. I can now whip something off the stand before I head out of the door instead of rummaging around for an age and being late for everything. A quick blow on them every now and then keeps the dust bunnies away. Wish I’d got them years ago!
I got this for my 12yr old for her birthday and am actually quite jealous of it. https://www.amazon.co.uk/STACKERS-Jewellery-Hanger-Concrete-Finish/dp/B073V2S5LT
I find that if I leave necklaces out in the open (even the more expensive gold/gold plated ones from Dinny Hall etc) they discolour so now they’re all squirrelled away in little boxes. Does no-one else have this problem with using a necklace stand?
not especially but I wear mine on rotation.. if you don’t wear them very often then yes this happens, but I find it happens if left out in open OR in a box
Love reading “Spike” and predecessor. I confess to rolling my eyes when I was bought two jewellery trees a couple of Christmases ago, but I love them now. However, I have two silver necklaces with silver pendants that have discoloured. One is a Tiffany heart and I am terrified of ruining it ! Can anyone recommend cleaning options.
Original Ginsta says
Married to a jeweller and he swears by a soft toothbrush, washing up liquid and warm water, followed by a shine with a special cloth.
Thanks will try it
I got my husband to screw some little hooks from wilko (yes I could’ve done it myself but hey it was easier) on the back of my wardrobe doors. Hey presto, handy necklace and other jewellery hanger