The company was launched in 2011 by cousins Marcus Pearce and Lucy Lee, and named after Marcus' daughter, the charming Lily. They create jewellery that is personalised and make their items unique with the use of charms and message cards.
Beautifully packaged jewellery
Many of their products come with a thoughtful gift card
What I loved about this design is how unusual it is. I am a bit of a foodie and this charm is quirky, unique and different. The biscuit charm comes on a silver belcher chain and is adjustable to size.
I think this dainty bracelet would be an ideal gift for a daughter or sister. It also comes with it's own gift card so you wouldn't even have to buy a card - how great is that?!
My cute biscuit charm bracelet.
The detail on the custard cream is amazing, in fact if it was a cream colour I think you would even consider eating it due to the attention to detail. Of course this beautiful silver charm is not edible in the slightest, instead designed to be worn and appreciated as a thing of beauty on your wrist!
If you pop over to the Lily Charmed website I think you will be delighted with the lovely charms on offer. Charms available include all the usual ones such as initials, musical notes, hearts, flowers as well as the slightly more unusual ones such as angel wings, owls and even a flying pig! You can even see how the charms look like on the chain you choose on the website with a simple drag and drop technique, where you can create your own gift.
You can follow Lily Charmed on Twitter and Facebook and soon I will be offering you the chance to win a Lily Charmed necklace in my big Christmas Gift Guide and Giveaway, so be sure to follow my blog to find out more.
Let me know, what do you think of the biscuit o'clock bracelet?