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Cricket World Cup Tips: Hit A Sixer When Buying Jewellery

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The roar of the crowd and that wonderful sound of leather on willow—the Cricket World Cup is all about peak performance—and we rose to the occasion when we were commissioned to create Cricket World Cup Championship rings for our winning team.

We know that buying a piece of jewellery may feel like a high-pressure situation to you. In this blog, we will walk you through the “innings” of your next jewellery purchase to ensure you hit a six with your significant other!

The Powerplay: Planning Ahead

The first step before heading to the display cases is to set your budget. Many dazzling pieces will undoubtedly catch your eye, but staying within your budget allows you to enjoy your jewellery purchase without breaking the bank.

The Middle Overs: Choosing the Right One

Consider who you are buying for and the type of occasion. If you are indulging a loved one, think about what they would like and what will suit them, and symbolise your love for them on a special occasion.

Everyone has different tastes in jewellery, so consider whether they usually wear smaller, more delicate items, bold and flashy pieces, or something in the middle. This will give you a good sense of where their preferences lie. If you can’t find the perfect piece, consider custom designed jewellery.

The Death Overs: Close Inspection

Just as you would not want to play cricket on a dodgy wicket, you want to ensure that the jewellery you purchase is well made. Look for signs of quality workmanship and materials to ensure you get your money’s worth.

Choose to make your purchase from a reputable jeweller like James Thredgold. We have a long-standing track record of quality jewellery made to exacting standards with world-class materials—you won’t be disappointed.

With this guide, you are well on your way to becoming a jewellery-buying champion. We would be honoured to help you find or design the perfect piece for you or your loved one, just as we were honoured to be selected to craft the Cricket World Cup championship rings. Contact James Thredgold ensure you hit a jewellery six!